That's what challengers and qualifying are for.Rtael said:get a fucking clue, if the top players don't want to overplay themselves, then they shouldn't overplay themselves....it has NOTHING to do with the number of fucking tournies that they are ABLE to enter.... geeze....and losing tournies is bad especially in areas where the tennis fans aren't oo numerous because it can get more tennis fans and more people playing tennis (hopefully!) And it's also bad because the lower-ranked players NEED these tournies to ever get a chance to play...the less tournaments there are, the higher ranked the players will be that enter them thus leaving less room for lower ranked players
actually that's what Tier I and Tier II events are for.......Leena said:That's what challengers and qualifying are for.
The best players should play the best players... and the scrubs can play the scrubs, and hopefully work their way up.
i think those events will be fine, SARS or not.spiceboy said:...and wait til the end of season with the SARS thing Shangai Tier II is virtually out and I doubt Bali & Pattaya City will be played either.
At least things look better in the last days for Toronto and Tokyo