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even though they are usually faster,
but is there any difference in Scottsdale's surface
and these surfaces for the American hardcourt series....
coz the way Ai won Scottsdale, it seems to me
that Scottsdale is slower than the summer series
 

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Peter M said:
Hingis attributed her poor fall season last year partly on the faster European hardcourt. She said her reduced speed (due to her injury) was not exploited as much during Canada/New Haven/NY as it was in Filderstadt/Swisscom since the hardcourt was slower in the States.

Har-Tru is American "green" clay. Supreme is certainly "carpet." But, I was always under the impression that "greenset" was a type of hardcourt. Could be wrong about that, though.
i think you are talking about the indoor tournaments,
indoor is faster, but Asian hardcourts seem to be a lot slower
than a lot of the American hardcourts for some reason...
 

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TheBoiledEgg said:
Indian Wells is played on PlexiPave Hard Courts
most use Decoturf though

not much difference, just location, altitude

AUS has Rebound Ace, but Gold Coast event uses Synpave (similar but not so sticky in heat)
so most of the stuff is fast except Indian Wells
where many said was slower.........

how about Asian hardcourt.......do they use decoturf too?
then why are they slower mostly than American ones?
 
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