Q. In general do you subscribe to the theory that the general homogenization of surface in the game, that clay is faster, grass is slower, hard courts are maybe MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: Pretty slow. Q. Even in the U.S.? You do? MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: It's a bad thing. It's a bad thing, no question about it. Q. You think they use more sand in the paint in U.S. hard courts today? MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Everything's slower. All the courts are slower. I mean, Indian Wells, forget about it. You hit a great volley and, you know, the person's got five minutes to run it down and hit it by you. So it's frustrating, yeah. You can't play a normal game. It should be equal. A great serve and volleyer of the same ability should play against a great baseliner and it's like half and half. Half the time this one, and half the time that one. So on this court, this one's slightly favored; on this court, that one's slightly favored. Now the ball has gone completely in favor of the baseliner. It's a shame.