8 OUT OF 10 CHAMPIONS
PLAYING ON CLAY COURTS
TRUE: OF ALL THE MEN WHO REACHED THE
ATP TOP 10 IN EVERY YEAR DATING BACK TO
1972, 83% OF THEM SPENT AT LEAST 50% OF
THEIR TIME TRAINING ON CLAY AND/OR HAR-TRU
WHILE THEY WERE GROWING UP.
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Understanding and executing this quintessential clay court shot
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We’ve developed temporary lines for Har-Tru courts that can be installed by 1 person in just 5 minutes
Playing on a clay court teaches players to think, create, and tactically respond to each point and match. Clay court players develop enhanced footwork, balance, and dexterity—all skills necessary for success on any tennis surface. The clay court experience champions the core values of hard work, patience, strategy, and endurance while strengthening muscles and limiting injuries.
In order to learn how to play on clay, you must play on it often. Therefore, it’s important that tennis players organize frequent practices on this surface and not limit themselves to playing only on hard courts. Playing often on clay is going to teach you how to be a better strategist and will ultimately make you a more complete and accomplished player.
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New technology and new clay court surfaces mean that it has never been easier to own a clay court.
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