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Old 07-31-2012, 04:11 PM   #44
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Default Re: Most hated surface

^ Well said. Unless people are actually skipping the events (major and all), I doubt that anyone actually *hates* these surfaces.

That said, I strongly dislike clay, and that doesn't stop or start with Nadal. I just don't like the type of tennis that it has historically rewarded. Soderling, and to a lesser extent Ferrero, were greatly refreshing to me for the game they worked on clay.

Still, I'm one for having a balance on tour and keeping from homogenized surfaces, so the bigger offense to me might be a slow hard court like the ones at Indian Wells.
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