The annual event known as the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championships, is one of the most unique professional tennis tournaments in the ATP Tour today. The event, which debuted back in 1910 is the last remaining ATP Tour-level tournament in the United States that is still played on clay courts. While many tournaments in the United States have since moved to hard court options, the tournament has withheld its presence as a clay court option, a choice that first started because clay courts were more economical to install. However, over time it became important for the tournament to continue to be played on clay courts so the playing surface has stayed. This has made it a favorite among fans who usually have to watch international play in order to see events on clay.
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