How the hell do you know that?Ok, the courts have been slowed down, that's for sure. But I hope this was just an unusual WTA breakfest and the surface isn't that slow as it seems when you look at the stats of this match.
Because after reading the following post I thought that he/she would probably be right and not post some bullshit, and then this match was some kind of confirmation for me:How the hell do you know that?
I swear some of you guys are paranoid. You haven't seen a match, yet you are ready to believe the surface has been slowed down.
13 breaks between 2 guys with WTA serves can tell you absolute nothing.
Not sure if anyone has mentioned this yet, but they've slowed down the courts this year at Paris.
After last year, I was expecting this to happen, but it's still annoying.
According to the tournament director, it's still by no means slow, and will reward attacking, agressive tennis (my paraphrasing of the French).
Apparently to help the transition to the uber-slow WTF.
If it's as slow as Basel, I will shed a tear... last year's Paris was amazing.