The WTA Rome Masters will be taking place this week and next, and we are seeing the ultimate shift of the tour towards the red clay, finally.
After having one of the best hard court seasons we’ve had in a while with multiple winners in prestigious events, the WTA tour heads towards the European swing of the red clay in order to once again do damage.
The bouncy ball will be a key part of these women’s strategy and gameplan these next few weeks, because of the slow courts and ability for the heat to play a huge factor.
Weather conditions will be important to monitor as well, because of the potential rain throughout the week.
There will more than likely be a few breakout names making their mark this week in Rome, and we have seen so many potential young stars blossom over the first few months of the WTA Tour.