Grass is the traditional lawn tennis surface and famously the signature courts of Wimbledon. It’s not a surface you’ll see that often these days due to the constant maintenance required to keep the courts in tip-top condition
This surface plays very quick and the ball generally bounces low, keeping rallies relatively short. On grass, players must get to the ball much more quickly than on clay or hard courts and often plays into the hands of net players and those who like to serve and volley as a tactic. The serve also plays more of a key part in the game than it does on other surfaces.