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hard court types for iw, miami, dubai, ao, us open etc in comparison.

After seeing the thread regarding court surface in IW, I want to know the hard court surfaces u know for an tournament. I just want the names of the surfaces but a discussion is welcome as well

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Re: hard court types for iw, miami, dubai, ao, us open etc in comparison.

IW and Miami are both Plexipave
Dubai is Decoturf II as is US Open.
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Re: hard court types for iw, miami, dubai, ao, us open etc in comparison.

To answer your real question, No Rafa has no chance on any of these hardcourt surfaces.
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To answer your real question, No Rafa has no chance on any of these hardcourt surfaces.
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IW and Miami are both Plexipave
Dubai is Decoturf II as is US Open.
What's the difference between Plexipave and Decoturf?

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To answer your real question, No Rafa has no chance on any of these hardcourt surfaces.



ah yea coz nadals never played on a hard court before and i just fancy predicting his chances So retarted and childish


ANyway, back to the point of the thread.
Im doing some googleing. Not finding nything specific enough but most sites say that plexipave and decoturf are almost the same. How is that? I thought uso was much faster than AO and iw/miami

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