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Old Oct 28th, 2012, 11:06 AM   #4814
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Re: Womens Tennis in General

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Originally Posted by Burisleif View Post
Sharapova is right. What happened to mini tennis as a tool to promote game in young players? As for Caro I enjoyed The kremlin cup because the surface brought some equality and seemed to make the tactical game more important. Rather than increasing joint tournaments, i wonder if it wouldn't be better for the WTA to focus more on surfaces that suit the women's game better?
In the US there's tennis on a smaller scale for kids (I forget the name of it right now). I see commercials for it during the slams and the commentators mention it from time to time.

I think the quality of women's tennis tends to be better on medium paced or faster surfaces rather than slow/very slow surfaces.
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