Roland Garros vs US Open 2016/17/18.
What’s the very first thing you think of when the topic of clay court tennis is discussed? Longer, gruelling rallies have to be right up there. More defense, more grinding, more running and more attrition. More pain and suffering…
But is all of that true?
When you compare a hard court and a clay court match, what’s the real difference?
I want you to think long and hard about your answer, because this Wednesday we are going to have a straight up, head-to-head comparison of two tournaments over a three year period. We are going to look at Roland Garros in 2016, 2017 & 2018 and compare specific tournament analytics against the US Open from the same period.
So think for a moment…
What’s the very first thing you would list as the primary difference between hard and clay. Now… whatever answer you came up with, did you arrive at that conclusion because you have seen the analytics to support it, or it’s just popular opinion, therefore it must be right? Is your answer really someone else’s answer, and you are just along with it because it’s what the crowd believes?
Definition of a Paradox
A seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true.
I am going to reveal to you, what the biggest parodox is in clay court vs hard court tennis.
The analysis is a just a sneak peek at what’s under the hood of DIRTBALLER, which is launching on Monday, April 15 right here at braingametennis.com.
All the best!