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It was a big change in Grand Slam terms but by 1978, most professional players had become well accustomed to hard courts. The majority of the new public courts in the United States were hard courts and since it was a surface that most recreational players recognised, it was considered to be the perfect fit as US Open organisers looked to take the tournament to the next level.