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March 24th, 2019, 08:17 AM   #1
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Tennis court surfaces.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennis

Tennis is played using the following ground surface
viz Grass, Hard & Clay surfaces.

Which could be considered among the three as
the most difficult and most easy court surface to
play?

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Dependent on the player. All the surfaces have pros and cons...

wait... how does this pertain to physics?
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Tennis legends viz McEnroe, Bjorn, Federer, Becker, Nadal, Edberg etc can play the Tennis game with ease
on any court surfaces ?

Do the Tennis legends have to apply different strategies to win the games in different court surfaces?

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Yes. This has nothing to do with Physics.

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https://www.sportskeeda.com/amp/tenn...-time-greats/7

Does it mean that Great tennis players having the above attributes can win in any Court surface viz Hard, Clay & Grass?

As an example, tennis legend Roger Federer wins in all court surfaces. If yes, it's outstanding.

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Can we have a database of Tennis legends who have excelled in all types of court surfaces?

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Can we have a database of Tennis legends who have excelled in all types of court surfaces?

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I think you meant to ask ...

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I think you meant to ask ...

If I recall correctly that strategy doesn't work out too well for him :P
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