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Paris vs WTF vs Aussie Open

Are the WTF courts faster than basel usually but have pretty low bounce like paris masters?

Is this new paris court similar now in speed and bounce to aussie open?
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Re: Paris vs WTF vs Aussie Open

They may be similar in speed, but the ball does not bounce as high in Paris, plus the fact that it's indoors naturally favors precise flat hitting and big serving. To tell the truth the only quick indoor hard court I've seen was the WTA one in Paris in the beginning of the year.
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Re: Paris vs WTF vs Aussie Open

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They may be similar in speed, but the ball does not bounce as high in Paris, plus the fact that it's indoors naturally favors precise flat hitting and big serving. To tell the truth the only quick indoor hard court I've seen was the WTA one in Paris in the beginning of the year.
yep, it was the same court Bercy had last year for the M-1000, this year it went back to the slow crap it has been since carpet was removed.

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