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Old 09-22-2012, 01:21 AM   #39
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Default Re: Why was carpet ended?

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Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave View Post
US Open final was more of a pushfest than any Nadal match in the whole clay season so that's funny you say that; clay is a beautiful surface, it's a great surface, it's just a shame the damnation of hard court and dissapearance of carpet. grass is exaggerated about the changes, it always wore down over other generations as tournaments went on, people just choose to ignore this because it happened that big servers dominated it in the 90s
I agree that the USO final was a worse pushfest than any nadull match.

I disagree about the grass- I think it slowed down quite a bit.
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Nadal of course. He and Djokovic are by far the most likeable members in top 4.

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As a knowledgable tennis fan (unlike some people here), I can tell you exactly that. There are tennis players who have problems with playing indoor tennis because of the different lights, different sounds etc. compared to outdoors and Nadal is obvioulsy one of those players.
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