i think i just spit out my drink.
I just realized I still have a Brady Hoke quote as my comment footer.
Western Michigan > Florida State
If you're good at one, you'll be good at the other. Making broad comparisons of indoor vs. outdoor (excluding the weather and climate factors, like the sun, wind and dampness) isn't easy as hard courts (of either) can have so many different surface finishes which are actually which have the greatest impact on the speed and play of the ball. I grew up playing outdoors, and when I got to the age where I'd play in the occasional indoor tournament, the biggest change for me was the sound of the ball strike (which impacts your timing) and not having to take the sun and wind into account.