what are the ITF court pace rating numbers for the ATP tennis masters series tournaments and Grand Slams?

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what are the ITF court pace rating numbers for the ATP tennis masters series tournaments and Grand Slams?

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Plexicushion has a speed rating of 34 to 38, which defines it as medium-fast on the International Tennis Federation’s pace-rating scale. Tiley said: “Wimbledon is actually slower and the French Open (on clay) is obviously very slow. “So we are faster than Wimbledon, faster than the French, and a little bit below the US Open.” But despite Tiley’s claims, players who have already tried the courts at Melbourne Park think they are currently slower than the old Rebound Ace surface. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/7178646.stm it all depends on the surface, use this guide for the tournament you are interested in: CLASSIFICATION OF COURT PACE The ITF test method used for determining the pace of a court surface is ITF CS 01/02 (ITF Court Pace Rating) as described in the ITF publication entitled “ITF guide to test methods for tennis court surfaces”. Court surfaces which have an ITF Court Pace Rating of 0 to 29

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