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enough of the whining about homogenization, davis cup proves there still are real tennis courts out there:

fast, low bouncing grass in australia

slow, deep clay in spain and south america

fast indoor courts in croatia, france

carpet courts in czech republic, sweden

dubious courts like ice rinks in belarus, asphalt in south africa

yes, that's the way tennis should be played :worship:
 

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Yes DC is great in this that they are not affected with stupid ATP rules, each country can choose which surface they feel they have biggest advantage- like normal ,,slow,, clay for countries with clay-courters, AUS that choosed this grass is unbelievable- whole new grass for only DC tie against SUI - when you see those numbers on DC scoreboard how many aces and service winners Federer has and also Hewitt has a lot of service winners - that tell you it must be fast, than carpet is still not banned in DC, also home teams can choose balls- what is also very important. Really this DC is enjoyable much more now with DC SF and WG play-offs really a lot of matches on different surfaces which must fans enjoy much more than ATP tour stereotype....
 

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Now if only they got off their ass and returned the slam courts to that.. Things would be all good again in the world of tennis.
 

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enough of the whining about homogenization, davis cup proves there still are real tennis courts out there:

fast, low bouncing grass in australia

slow, deep clay in spain and south america

fast indoor courts in croatia, france

carpet courts in czech republic, sweden

dubious courts like ice rinks in belarus, asphalt in south africa

yes, that's the way tennis should be played :worship:

Yay !! :D
 

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Davis Cup - where tennis is played on borderline illegal surfaces
 

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Davis Cup def. ATP 6-0 ret.
 

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