claycourt tennis is more about manoeuvering the opponent out of position and opening up the court for a winner. players tend to hold back and wait for the right moment, whereas on a faster surface, they take more chances earlier in the point and make more errors and fewer winners
just a theory. i hadn't really noticed it, although i prefer to watch clay court tennis. maybe that's why? i wonder if an analysis could be done at this year's roland garros tournament, and compare the results with the other surface Slams??? anyone?
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