I used to have a black puma visor, but I realized men don't wear it on court so I gave it to my girlfriend
The belief that man is an irresolute creature pulled this way and that by two forces of equal strength, alternately winning and losing the battle for his soul; the conviction that human life is nothing more than an uncertain struggle between heaven and hell; the faith in two opposed entities, Satan and Christ - all this was bound to engender those internal discords in which the mind, excited by the incessant fighting, stimulated as it were by the constant promises and threats, ends up by giving in and prostitutes itself to whichever of the two combatants has been more obstinate in its pursuit. Life isn't black and white, it's gold.
]I would imagine playing while wearing a visor is more advantageous than wearing a cap as you're letting your head breathe, keeping cool and you avoid that cloggy, sweaty feeling you get with your hair if playing in very hot conditions. [/B]
I guess there is just a general consensus on the ATP tour that it is considered "feminine" as so any wta players wear visors now, which is sad of course.
I'm a guy and am comfortable wearing visors while watching tennis. AND I COLLECT them too
But wait..does exposing your crown on the sun triggers balding?