Shelby Rogers has done some damage on clay in her WTA career, and is looking to extend that success to hardcourts.
WTA Staff

Twenty-one-year-old American Shelby Rogers has had her best results on clay, including her first WTA final in Bad Gastein earlier this month and her first Grand Slam match win at the French Open in 2013.

Nevertheless, Rogers doesn't think her game is any better on clay than it is on hardcourts and seeks to do damage during the upcoming North American hardcourt swing.

Read about Rogers' success on clay on the Post and Courier website.