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Old 10-19-2011, 05:24 PM   #54
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Default Re: Does anyone like indoor tennis?

Everko doesn't even realize himself that he only dislikes indoors because Nadal doesn't win there. Hilarious.

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Slow courts are the true shower of how good a player is.
What a joke. Here's a short history lesson: Some years ago, all the surfaces had unique characteristics and because of that it was almost impossible to dominate on all of them. That resulted in surface specialists, contrasting playing styles and many exciting match-ups. Now everything has been slowed down to clay speed, which has made the sport much more boring.

Indoors is a great venue for tennis. They should keep the indoor courts quick though and stop the homogenization.
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