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When the grass wasn't greener

Updated: June 27, 2007, 3:51 PM ET
By Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

Never content with the sport as it is, tennis fans, writers, players and pundits have a complaint for every season. Sometimes it's just a two-week problem, as is the case each year during Wimbledon. Once upon a time, the grass was too fast and needed to be ripped out and replaced with a hard court. But in the last two or three years, we've come full circle. Now the yearly mantra is about how the grass game has been killed because the surface is too firm and slow.

OK, no one wants Wimbledon ...

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