Surface change[ edit ] On 30 May , Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley announced that as of the Australian Open, the Rebound Ace surface that had been used since would be replaced by a newer, faster Plexicushion surface. The Rebound Ace surface had been criticized for several years, from players including Andy Roddick and Mark Philippoussis , who claimed that the "stick" of the court was a contributing factor in many players injuring themselves. Conversely, players such as Pete Sampras and Marat Safin put the high number of injuries down to lack of preparation from players; partly due to the fact that the tournament is held so early in the year, but also because there were so few tournaments preceding it. Rebound Ace was also chastised by Lleyton Hewitt for having an inconsistent bounce, in terms of height and pace shock absorption ; and claimed that these factors varied depending on the weather.
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