Historically, Grass is the fastest of all surfaces and Clay is the slowest. Though, in the last decade Wimbledon has experimented with their surface to slow it down. Big serves were dictating play too much. I also believe that the clay at Roland Garos (French Open) played faster than in years past in '09.
With that being said, Grass, even though slower than 10 years ago, and Clay, arguably faster, Grass is still considerably faster than clay.
Clay And grass
Grass and Clay
it's a type of tennis court which a has a clay surface. clay surface has a brown-red color and is a slower surface than, say grass or cement. if you want to see a clay tennis court just watch roland garros:)
I believe the difference in the two balls is the bounce.
Is it played on grass or clay?
Three types of tennis courts are hard courts, clay courts, and grass courts.
Grass tennis is tennis which is played on grass. A famous grass tennis arena is the Wimbledon.
You play tennis on grass the same as clay or any other surface. The ground needs to be hard and the grass short. It is fun to play on but the ball doesn't move as fast i dont think.
im not sure what you mean by this question but tennis is played on hard court, clay court and grass court for different opens
Tennis is played on a rectangular, flat surface, usually grass, clay, a hardcourt of concrete and/or asphalt and occasionally carpet (indoor).
because it (the grass) reduces the friction between the ground and your shoes unlike clay courts.
Hardcourt, which is the easiest court to maintain; Clay court, which is really fun to play on and actually takes off a lot of strain from your joints; and grass court, which is grass!
tennis- grass at Wimbledon, hard court at U.S. Open, carpet at Australian Open, and clay at the French Open. (Four Grand Slams)
Three types of surfaces are used in Grand Slams Tennis - Grass, Clay and Concrete(hard).
No, All Tennis courts are 78 feet long by 36 feet wide including the doubles tramlines. It may seem that grass courts are smaller either by the camera focal lengths used or the fact that clay courts hold up the ball bounce and so slow down the play.
definitely a hard court, grass courts and clay courts are slower
I am assuming you are talking about tennis. On a grass surface, the ball will bounce fast. On clay courts, the ball will bounce slower than on grass. On a hard court, the speed of the ball bounce will be in between clay and grass.
tennis can be played on any rectangular flat surface, usually of grass, clay, concrete (hard court) or a synthetic suspended court.
Outdoors, tennis is played on clay, grass (real or synthetic) and hard courts. Indoors it can be played on wood.
The tennis courts are 23.78 meters long and 10.97 meters wide. Tennis court terrains are grass, clay, hard, carpet and indoor. There is a low net in the center of the court.
No ball bounces higher than others. There are different ball for different surfaces and it depends on what surface you are on (clay, hard, or grass). The ball will bounce higher on hard then it does on clay or grass. -tennis player
Tennis is a game played with rackets and a light ball by two players or two pairs of players on a rectangular court, as of grass, clay, or asphalt, divided by a net.
hard court clay court sinthetic grass court real grass court. :)
It depends on the surface. If it is grass you are better off wearing cleats. If you are on pavement like a cross country runner tennis shoes are better.