Ah, to the Individual Formerly Known As WyverN
Watching iron men run horizontally across the baseline for close to 4.5 hours is certainly not the best demonstration of tennis.
Sergi Bruguera has stopped playing now, and there is actually more strategy invloved with claycourt tennis than on grass. I like the fact, that you don't need a huge serve to succeed and the old moonball down the centre tactic doesn't work anymore on clay. There is much better use of angles, spin and tactics on claycourt tennis, plus I do enjoy the different movement skills and that the endurance levels can play a part as well.
Then again with this kind of topic is very subjective, I know you don't like claycourt tennis and that's your choice. I know I don't like grass court tennis match and there was a time that I swore I wouldn't go anywhere near a grasscourt. I got over my allergy and appreciate it for the differences of grasscourt tennis, but it will never be my favourite surface.