http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWpY6Qe0go0 A few of smartasses here are deadset that today's shotmakers play at a more advanced level than pros 30 years ago. This is a nice sampler of a top-notch tennis match played on fast clay (Vilas-Connors US Open final). I wish tennis was still as good as this. I think that these highlights are especially valid in light of the videos of red clay matches 25-30 years ago, which show extremely slow-paced tennis. Isn't it amazing how these guys were able to adjust from such a fast surface to a slower red clay? Much more difficult than anything in today's game, where most surfaces are getting closer and closer to each other in terms of pace and bounce.