FrogBurger said:That is exactly what i want, more tv, maybe some more fans, but still the oppty to have some type of contact with the players. thats what makes tennis kinda special.
Ah, I see you've been to Arthur Ashe Stadium then?:lol: Seriously, I'm not sure how to answer your poll, as several of the choices contained portions of things I'd like to see. First and foremost, I'd like to see the game progress to a more fan-friendly atmosphere. In another thread last Fall, I actually suggested they move the U.S. Open to Indian Wells, as the Tennis Garden at Indian Wells is far and away more fan-friendly and while it's a huge stadium, there's really not a bad seat in the house, and they got pretty much everything right- from the concession tents to the outside courts to the practice courts (I watched Martina Hings practice there a few years ago before she lost to Hantuchova, and it was an amazing experience).FrogBurger said:Me too beauty, but imagine going to a grand slam and having to see your faves practice using binoculars.