Is it just me or shouldn't his game really be suited for clay as opposed to grass? Lleyton has had his fair share of success on clay and although he didn't grow up playing on it, shouldn't his counterpounching style be better suited for that than grass? Grass is obviously the fastest surface and that is where one of his two grand slams came from and where he always does good on. On clay, Lleyton has never won a Masters shield nor Major on clay. Maybe the 21th century has just been surrounded by clay court specialists can attribute to the cause. But, that is not as surprising as his success on grass is. What makes his game suited to grass? Obviously, Lleyton is a great player and is well rounded on all surfaces, but his winning on grass is ironic to me.