Melbourne, 24 June 2012 | Matt Trollope

It’s little wonder professional tennis players often complain about the demanding tournament schedule. They’ve barely had time to knock the clay out of their shoes following the French Open before they’re onto the grass, just two weeks out from Wimbledon.

But this rapid transition from dirt to lawn has been a signature of the tennis calendar for many years, and the players who adapt the quickest are the ones with the best shot of success at the All England Club.

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