Equally, back in 2001, the courts were slowed down, after all, Pete Sampras was dominating, and we can't have that, can we? So the courts were now to be played slower, so "everyone" had a chance to win. It just wasn't fair before, was it? Just like the other majors. . .again!
Equally, this year, as well as last, the officials started to have on-court interviews after nearly every match played; with someone truly awful from the BBC. You know, the same questions, answers, et al, to those great queries, such as:
* How did you play?
* Tell us your feelings?
* Are you looking forward to playing . . . in the next round?
Simply ridiculous and simply boring but to the inane crowds, divine!?
Equally, the Wimbledon committee and the agonisingly woke BBC, had a love-affair, with the runner-up, Ons Jabeur, from Tunisia - of course for their obvious, woke feelings. If I could've earned a penny for every instance that I heard that she was Arab; I'd be retired now!
It was sickening and embarrassing.
But has anyone asked the question; why?
To me, Wimbledon has been around for some time, and it will be around for some time more. There was no need whatsoever for this to occur, but it did.
And it's just so easy to see why, the graphic says it all.
We want no competition, no variety, no individualism; everything on every continent, will be the same; full stop, period!