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Old 01-24-2013, 05:52 PM   #28
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Default Re: Vote the biggest victims of Surface slowness

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Originally Posted by ogbg View Post
That's a fair point. And the low bounce as well. I still think he benefits from slower courts because he prefers generating his own power rather than redirecting the power of an opponent.
I remember that somebody had posted to TF that the Olympic grass was shorter than usual Wimbledon grass. That made the surface faster but also higher bouncing (and higher bounce makes a surface effectively slower). So I wonder if the higher bounce helped JMDP at OG, assuming it really was higher-bouncing.
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