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Old 09-07-2012, 02:31 AM   #211
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I agree with everything you said there. That was my impression as well, and the official statements back it.

It's faster than the AO, with a lower bounce
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Old 09-07-2012, 02:35 AM   #212
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Only trolls and Fedtards think the court speed is too slow. And since this board is made of 99% of Fedtard trolls, you can draw your own conclusion about the legitimacy of their "opinions". Courts are playing at a good speed, if people watched clay season this year, they'd think twice before labeling USO surface "blue clay" it was literally impossible to hit through Nadal in MC and Rome (and to a lesser extent in RG). This tournament has plenty of shot making, offensive tennis, serving contests etc.
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