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You can play tennis do the rain

algerl198712010-02-16 15:10:25 +0000 #1
rain can play tennis do
King_Arthasgc2010-02-16 15:24:59 +0000 #2
Indoor sure no problem ah, outdoor fail at strict rules can not be, and not just because the ball re-absorption changes be unlikely, beat shoot-line impact of the molecular structure of rain, leading to a significant decline in life expectancy, the venue will be wet because of rain after the maintenance costs have increased, the grass would be irregular pasture growth, red clay brick soil will stick together, hard courts so long as it This has become uneven, causing the plastic skin blistering and so on. The most important is the rainy day venue will be very hard and slippery grass, red clay is a particularly sticky, which change due to weather conditions, rather than the rules of course very easy to slip athlete falls or sprained, so ATP and WTA are not rain War precedent, as long as the rain falls to the raindrops on the site not immediately evaporate, thereby increasing the wet mark on the emergence of match referee will be suspended to protect both athletes and venues, that is, we have been hearing, "Today XXXXX race XXX against XXX match suspended because of rain XXX hours, "the origin of this kind of news.
Disappearing king Guangchuan2010-02-16 15:39:52 +0000 #3
you can, but not too much rain
L wife is three rounds2010-02-16 16:21:55 +0000 #4
This ... is almost is no.

Ball suck so much water, but also played up Mody?

Not afraid of rain Mody?

In short ....
Gaita Q2010-02-16 15:36:19 +0000 #5
is best not to water the ground, if possible Wei-pin
walk slowly by the trend2010-02-16 16:29:10 +0000 #6
drizzle is possible

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