Why is it difficult to win in a clay court?

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Why is it difficult to win in a clay court?

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  1. A clay court is made of crushed brick, stone or shale. The ball in a clay court bounces higher and relatively slowly. This makes it difficult for the player to deliver an unreturnable shot. On a grass court, the ground is often slippery. As a result, it slids more than bouncing. Bouncing is very near the net and only upto the height of the knee. Therefore, the player must be very quick in reaching the ball and hitting it to score.
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    Therefore, a fast-paced player finds it very difficult to win in a clay court as the latter demands a slower pace.

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