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In this Feb. 23, 2017 photo, tennis players practice at the Rio Open tennis tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The days of clay-court tennis in Latin America are numbered. The clay-court circuit lost a major event several years ago when this week’s Mexican Open in Acapulco switched to hard courts. The Rio Open, which ended on Sunday, is almost certain to be next. And it could pull along several smaller clay-court tournaments in Quito, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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In this Feb. 23, 2017 photo, tennis players practice at the Rio Open tennis tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The days of clay-court tennis in Latin America are numbered. The clay-court circuit lost a major event several years ago when this week’s Mexican Open in Acapulco switched to hard courts. The Rio Open, which ended on Sunday, is almost certain to be next. And it could pull along several smaller clay-court tournaments in Quito, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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