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Old 11-15-2012, 08:25 PM   #5
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As a kid I first played a lot on an asphalt court without a surface. I can tell you that balls would bite into that rough asphalt and pop up. True, it destroyed them quickly, but it proved that it is easy to slow down a hard court.

I'd guess you could change the speed of grass based on how packed the dirt under the grass is, the type of grass, and the height to which it is mowed.
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