Originally Posted by TennezSport
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.
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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