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Old 05-27-2004, 09:42 PM   #16
Brian Purdie
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I think the current slams on hard courts are good. They're a nice balance between clay and grass. Besides, I used to rag on how boring the hard courts were before I ever played on clay and grass. I've spent a good number of times on both since, and I can say that most people don't recognize a good thing when they see it. Hard courts are ideal. They represent a true bounce, not skidding off the lines or off a bump. They reward a persons precision and stroke, as well as most any all court, back court or S&V game.
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