If you don't sue your employer for wrongful negligence because you are afraid of consequences to your career, that's your personal choice. None of us know how frightening it was and probably still is for Bouchard, not knowing what the future will hold for her health and career. She is not out of the woods yet. As I have said, it could have been worse for Bouchard had she lost consciousness and been alone for a long time. She may very well be ostracized for filing a lawsuit. But if good things come out of this, may be it would be worth it. It's her decision. I respect it and I would have done the same. In the U.S., unlike in Canada or other countries with national health care, a reasonably wealthy person could have his/her assets wiped out by an incident like this because health care costs are exorbitant. It's her right, and the right of anyone in this country to take action to safeguard their well being because no one else is going to do that for you, not the least entities with opposing interests to the individuals. That's why these laws are in the books, to guard against unscrupulous practices. It's actions like these that gave us seat belts, airbags, and other safety measures in cars, and other products that make our lives better. Monica Seles' stabbing by a crazy person in Germany led to better security for players in tennis tournaments. Unfortunately, Seles' life was never the same again. Sports are entertainment, not death matches in a cage. Players are appreciated for their athleticism and skills, not their willingness to die. I'm sure Jack Sock would have chosen to retire from his match if he were conscious and had control over his faculties. The USTA made decisions to facilitate its schedules and business activities, with little concerns for the players' welfare. There was a lot of corner cutting. That's bad decision making and bad management. Things like that will continue until something or someone happens. Ever heard of Toshiba and Volkswagen, of FIFA? The recent NFL attempts at a billion-dollar settlement with players suffering effects of concussions is a good example of someone and something happened. If left to their own devices, the NFL, or the Catholic Church among others, would never have done anything to redress the wrongs they have created. It never ceases to amaze me how most people would choose to identify with the entities that work against them. Oh, one more thing, the best players don't always win. Ever heard of Flavia Pennetta? In case you didn't know, Bouchard beat both Pennetta and Serena Williams at the 2015 Hopman Cup.