中文
spain 08 : 00
china 15 : 00
$(function(){ var d,time,year,hour, minute,second,hour2;//time2为西班牙时间 Number.prototype.addZero = function(){ var that = this; return that < 10 ? "0" + that : that; //当时间数值小于10时,在数值前加一个 0; } var setTime = function(){ d = new Date(); time = d.getTime(); hour =01; minute = 08; minute2 = minute + 1; second = d.getSeconds(); hour2 = hour < 6 ? 24 + hour - 6 : hour - 6; //西班牙时间与北京时间相差6个小时 var chinaHour = document.getElementById("china_h"), chinaMinute = document.getElementById("china_m"), spainHour = document.getElementById("spain_h"), spainMinute = document.getElementById("spain_m"); chinaHour.innerHTML = hour.addZero(); chinaMinute.innerHTML = minute.addZero(); spainHour.innerHTML = hour2.addZero(); spainMinute.innerHTML = minute2.addZero(); } setTime(); setInterval(function(){setTime();},60*1000); })

Clay Court

Clay courts are rarely seen in China, but quite common in many other countries or areas where tennis industry is very well developed. There are more than 10 professional tournaments held at clay courts each year, which include the very famous grand slam - French Open. Clay courts are unique. Because the friction of the ball against the clay increases, clay courts are considered “slow”. Playing on clay often involves the ability to slide into the ball during the stroke, therefore, tennis players are required to have great physical fitness, footwork, movement, and even strong will. Many top European players practiced at clay courts since their adolescent years, in order to improve their movement, fitness and fighting spirit to lay firm foundations for later success in professional tennis.