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This surface is typically continental and is also very popular in South and Central America, with many of the top stars having learned their trade on the red dirt.
Know your clay-court specialists when betting during a tournament on this surface. Simple research into past winners of clay tournaments in recent times will, always help in this decision making process.
The grass-court season falls immediately after the French Open and almost eight weeks of tennis played on the red dirt. This is a difficult transition for the players to make as the surfaces are so different in the way thyey play. The grass is a much quicker surface and will normally suite players that are superior on the hard-courts. The grass-court season is very short and only consists of about four weeks culminating with the Wimbledon Championships, the most coveted Grand Slam of them all.
Both of these great champions have exceptional records on the hard-court surfaces which is why their games easily adapt to grass. Due to the very short period of the grass season, it can sometimes be difficult to decide which player to bet on. In this case take a look at their form the previous year and also look at their more recent form on the quicker hard-court, as this will give a reasonable indication of their ability on grass.
Most of the season is of course played on the hard-court surface. It makes up the first part of the season from January through until April and then from August until the end of the year, including the Australian Open , the US Open and the season ending World Tour Finals. This can sometimes be a little tougher to call as there are so many exceptional players on this surface.
Federer, Djokovic, Nadal and Murray have dominated over the last eight to ten years on the hard-court. In fact such has been their dominance, that since only five other players have won a Masters event on the hard-court other than these four, and this includes a staggering 39 events. The stats are pretty similar when you look at the Australian and US Open since Only four players other than the big four have won either of these two iconic events, again underlining the difficulty of breaking through this quite brilliant era of players.
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