That remains to be seen but as the average age of men's tennis becoming older, Djokovic and Murray should have another 4 or 5 years at the top. After that I agree outside of Dimitrov no one has made any waves yet.
We shall see if the young girls showing some promise on the WTA can keep that going and truly break through. It would be great if one or two of them can.
Right now I would say the WTA's next generation looks a lot more promising than the ATP's. Of course it can change quickly, 15 year old Roger Federer could be out there, so I'm just going on what I have seen.
Another point I would like to add, is that Djokovic and Murray's fortunes have changed over the years. They weren't really the complete gifts that like a Federer or Sharapova are PR
wise. A lot has gone into cleaning up their images, and making them big names in the game. So it is possible for players' marketability to be changed, just some need more work than others, which in part the WTA should be helping them with because it is in their interests to do so.
Then Stacey Allaster is doing an awful job
How stupid can you be ? She needs fired immediately. Allaster has done so much shit already. She only follows the money, placing more and more events in Asia. Allaster only thinks short-term. When she has left in 2017 she will have done much harm to WTA. Allaster is doing a shit job, on her best way to ruin the WTA.
Yes of course it's terrible from the WTA to allow this to go on. It cannot be that hard to sort out a world feed deal for say the 3rd court.
Right now you have a situation at 3 of the 5 biggest WTA events of the year whereby it's impossible to really get a feel for the event. It's made worse in the sense that because the majority of the early round matches shown are just Serena's, Sharapova's, Azarenka's, you see very few competitive matches on TV. So a lot of the good matches so to speak are lost and never seen.