Are tennis courts in South America mostly clay, USA mostly hard, Europe mostly clay?


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For the most part, yes. In South and Central America the majority of tennis courts are made of natural clay (no synthetics); whereas in the United States an asphalt-based hard court is the surface of preference. In Europe you'll encounter both and it really just depends on which country you're in. Western European nations favor synthetic clay over natural clay.

The reason for the disparity is economical in origin. Due to labor costs, weather, and natural resources some court surfaces are more expensive to build and maintain in one country or region of the world than another. You might find this article interesting.

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