Originally Posted by BigAlbinoDonky
That seems to be the case. I was just saying stylistically, with his grinding, clay would SEEM like a better fit to the casual fans who are overrating him.
Here is the problem with Canas on clay. Yes, he is an Argie and it's assumed just cause of that, he is automatically at his best on clay, with him it's not the case and neither is it for Nalbandian, but both are very good on it.
Other factor is his backhand when he is rallying, he drops them short quite a bit and it can be exposed easier on the clay, than on a slow hardcourt, his backhand pass is excellent, just ask Henman.