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Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

Have to admit I find it suitably orgasmic.

It's been there over a year now and as far as I know it hasn't once been ripped off.

The generic blue....well it's so dead to me. Probably the 2nd best on offer is the Red Rukortpro in the Russian events.

But yes. There's a charm about the green that the rest of the tour hasn't even come close to.

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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

I personally like purple surfaces the best. Purple is the opposite colour of yellow so you can see the ball the best (important when watching low quality feeds or highlights).

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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

I like the red/brown colors in Basel and the true blue at the Australian Open.
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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

I agree with the green being the best. It's very easy on the eyes.
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it's very unpleasant to my eyes, despite the fact that I like to wear green most.

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electric yellow the best color.
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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

I love the sharp blue of the Auustralian Open. The surrounding courts are beautiful as well. It looks a very picturesque venue on tv.



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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

Australian Open blue. I could watch that all day long.

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AO all day.

But all surfaces suck compared to wimbledon GREEN or red clay
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Green is sexiness

The new AO blue hurts my eyes TBH.
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i think blue is better, the valencia surface was great
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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

green is a warmer color than blue. that's the main reason why most people like it better. at the AO for example blue makes a very good color.

i also prefer warmer colors especially in winter.
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Re: Is the forest green surface the most aesthetically pleasing on tour?

all green was the best, USO before 2005, AO before 08, like Miami was

all this green and blue is shit.

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I like the red/brown colors in Basel and the true blue at the Australian Open.
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