To succeed in tennis, players must be able to create and adapt, to attack and defend, to lose an agonizingly long point and still be ready for the next one. These attributes are best learned on clay.
A game for your body and soul
Playing on clay leaves players more physically and emotionally satisfied than other surfaces.
The physical satisfaction comes from playing long points and long matches without over-stressing the knees, back, and lower extremities.
The emotional satisfaction comes from the thinking, creating, and tactical responding that goes into each point and each match.