We use self and third-party cookies to enhance the browsing experience and deliver interesting contents and advertising. By continuing navigation, we consider you are accepting their use. [More info] [Hide]

Ranking of the Best Types of Tennis Courts
Add to web Add to web
Close

Code to insert in web site:

Share this link on FacebookShare this link on TwitterShare this link on Google+Share this link on Tuenti
  • 13 comments
  • 28 lists
  • 4475 visits

Ranking of the Best Types of Tennis Courts »

Share this link on Facebook
(7 votes)

Tennis can be played on courts whose surfaces can be made of different materials. Each playing surface affects the playing style of the game: the bounce of the ball, its speed, the regularity of the bounce, the grip of the players...etc. Depending on the playing style of each player, each adapts better to one type of court surface versus another. For example, a player who typically plays on a grass court has a playing style that's based on attacking and having a great serve, such is the case with Ivanisevic, Peter Sampras, Roger Federer, and Andy Roddick. On the other hand, players who excel on clay courts generally possess regular shots. Which tennis court surface do you prefer?

  • Author: jorge.candedo (Updated Jun 4, 2009)
  • Sources: Completely done by the author
Type of tennis courtYour votescolumns columns
ReloadLoading...
1ClayClay
229
2GrassGrass
143
3ConcreteConcrete
134
4HardcourtHardcourt
128
5AsphaltAsphalt
124
User must login in order to add a row...  Do it here.

Did you know you can display the rankings in different ways?

Search in this survey »

Start writing the element's name, Classora will suggest options when you've written three or more characters.
Add to my preference list »

Classora users comments »

No comments, yet. Go ahead, you can be the first!

You must login before adding a comment. Do it here.

Close

Check your privacy settings on your new preference list