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Old 02-13-2013, 10:36 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by TennezSport View Post
I texted my bud who is stringing at the event and he stated that the courts in SP have a harder under surface and a thinner top coat (similar to Madrid). Ball will bounce a little faster so they are using slightly softer balls to compensate. This may throw some players off in timing and footwork, but it's not dangerous.

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Tennis is about adapting. Not every tournament is ever going to play identical as the day before, let alone the year before.
Players need to understand this.
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