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Old 01-09-2013, 06:49 PM   #19
FedericRoma83
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It wasn't played that often on wood indoors. They played also on indoor canvas during the head to head tours. In fact Kramer used to transport an indoor canvas from tournament to tournament to have it laid down on the area where they would play in previous years. Remember I'm talking about the head to head tours also and not just the tournaments. They played often on hard court, clay and grass also.
I didn't know about canvas, I thought that except where stated otherwise, their indoor matches were all on wood. What's the difference between canvas and wood? Is it like saying hard indoor vs carpet indoor?


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I would say the clay, grass and hard court were actually the most common.
Not from what I've seen. It depends on nations also. In Australia and Britain they played mainly on grass, but the american tours were mostly indoor, and they were the longest ones.
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