One difference is Wimbledon is played on grass, the French Open on clay.
its grass clay or asphalt 1 of those 3 A+ grass =]
tennis- grass at Wimbledon, hard court at U.S. Open, carpet at Australian Open, and clay at the French Open. (Four Grand Slams)
The four major tennis tournaments are played on different surfaces. The US Open is played on a Hard Court, French Open is on Clay, Wimbledon is played on grass, and the Australian Open is played also played on a hard court.
Blue clay is used for playing (for the kids) maybe you can make a clay house.
Both the US Open and the Australian Open are played on hard court, the French Open at Roland Garros is played on the clay and the Wimbledon Championships are on grassm, with each blade of grass averaging 7-8 millimetres in length.
Brown clay,blue clay,green,clay,white clay,and black clay.
The first major tournament in the year is the Australian Open played on hard court in Melbourne. The second is the French Open on clay court, played at "Roland Garros" in France. The third is the Wimbledon Championships, played on grass court, at Wimbledon, London; and the fourth is the US Open played on hard court at Flushing Meadow, New York City.
The four major tennis tournaments are the Australian Open (January), French Open (May/June), Wimbledon (June/July), and US Open (Aug./Sept.) Both Australian Open and US Open are played on hard court surfaces. The Australian Open currently uses Plexicushion and the US Open uses hard court DecoTurf surface. The French Open is played on clay courts and Wimbledon is played on grass courts.
Clay McCaw has: Played Clay in "Mental" in 2001. Played Clay in "Mr. Dungbeetle" in 2005. Played Alex in "Night Becomes Day" in 2007. Played Circus Ringmaster in "La grande maladie" in 2009. Played Mr. Moltby in "For Robbing the Dead" in 2011.
This is how you make a clay tile: Get the clay from the clay block and shape it. :D bet you thought i was going to answer that question, wahayyyyy (:
you can mix white,blue,brown clay and you mix and that's how you make gray
are you looking to buy because i have two boxes of blue rock clay targets from 1968, they are yellow and black
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.
he has played with clay since a little kid. his passion for everything clay transfers to his greatness on clay courts.
The French Open is played on a red clay surface.
Wimbledon is now the only Grand Slam played on GRASS, that's what's "different" about it... It's also considered the "Crown Jewel" of the Grand Slams... It's also the only Grand Slam where Royalty shows up, and where strawberries & cream are traditionally served... The French Open is played on Clay, The Australian Open is played on a Synthetic Hard Court, The US Open is played on an Acrylic Hard Court... Back in the day, ALL Grand Slams were played only on Grass, except for the French Open, which has always played only on Clay. The US Open is the only Grand Slam to have been played on all 3 surfaces: Grass Court for nearly 100 years (1881--1974), Har-Tru Clay Court for just 3 years (1975--1977), and Acrylic Hard Court for the past 32 years (1978--Present)...
I don't quite understand the question but here goes: The French Open is also referred to as Roland Garros because that is the name of the location it is played at. The French Open is played on clay courts and Wimbledon (England) is played on grass courts. As to why - the surface a country chooses usually reflects the culture, preference of players from that country or tradition / history with that kind of surface in that country.
The US Open is played on an acrylic hard court. The Australian Open is played on a synthetic hard court. The French Open is played on clay and Wimbledon is a grass court. Grass courts are considered the fastest, while clay courts slow the ball down the most and provide a higher bounce. The speed of the hard courts can be affected by the amount of sand in the paint - the more sand in the top paint, the slower the ball bounces.
There are a few. There's blue stained glass, Lapis, Blue Wool, Cyan Wool, blue hardened clay, and diamond.
Blue and red
its come green