Oh so singles is let's say 10 to 15 times more popular than doubles because the quality is 10 to 15 times better than doubles. Lol, okay.Djokovic wouldn't be playing at Djokovic's level if he was a woman.. I guess it is a privilege (??) that men are physiologically built different and play the sport differently. And to be fair the mens tennis is leagues infront of the women's anyway. Not talking about how hard they hit but point construction, rivalries, recognisable players, mental fortitude and hunger to win, 5 sets opposed to 3, the men's tournament trumps women's.
The audience has decided but I guess if we really squinted we may realise that this is ak-chooly a direct result of the social constraints we as a society are inadvertently exposed to which ultimately led to the greater demand of the male tennis market. This further propergates the overexposure of male athletes fueling the misogynism of this unjust male-centric universe. Like a perpetual engine or some shit, right? SMH.
Women's tennis was immensely better entertainment than men's tennis in the late 90s and early 2000s, with stars like Serena, Venus, Capriati, Hingis, Davenport, Kournikova, Seles, Graf, etc. as opposed to Agassi on the men's tour and basically nobody else (I'm not counting Sampras because he was a servebot with the personality of a dishwasher), and yet women's tennis only got marginally better TV ratings than men's tennis. The reality is that there are far too many men afraid of emasculation to prefer women's tennis over men's tennis or as a matter of fact to even like women's sports, and therein lies the male privilege of the ATP.