Ah yes, the Hamburg defence.
The clay courts of Hamburg had a low bounce, though.
Nothing like the high bounce in MC, Rome or RG.
Before I get more tards on my back: I'm not suggesting that Roger is terrible on clay either, far from it
. But he was able to take advantage of surface developments as well.
Why focus only on that - based on assumptions - instead of opening up the debate?
Cause I was responding to another poster's post about it? If you haven't noticed the thread topic has been discussed umpteen times on this board so what is the point of "opening up" the debate again?
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