I have no problem if your the best, to be treated as the best. If all players can reach the top 3's level, they would also get special treatment. On the other hand, here is a objective test case: if tournaments must decide who gets best court, time to play, etc. then look at the rankings at that stage, that is a objective standard. Now look at this years ATP finals, who is nr.1 at this stage, and must get preferential treatment to start playing the previous Sunday, in order to have a extra day off, if he goes all the way to the finals. Answer: Djokovic. But who started on last Sunday, and now has a extra day off, yes, the nr. 2/3: Federer. So yes, there is unfortunately a case that Fed gets preferential treatment. Take the doubt about it out of the picture, by giving the best ranked player the better options. Then nobody can complain or have questions.
bastionil y a 37 minutes
Federer won first two sets at Wimbledon. So it was just a repeat in some sense ))) Usually Federer know how to play against big serving guys, I don't know what happened at their previous match. Hidden injury may be. More probably Federer can lose to some very stable player like other three from big four and rather to Kei than to Kevin.
Genie Ovieil y a 3 heures
Actually he just has to win 6 games. Even if he lost in straights, he can still advance.
endaugustil y a 21 heures
Both Aga and Lucie retire in the same week. This is truly heart breaking :(
Vinayakil y a 23 heures
ILoveTennisil y a 1 jour
Nole is back and ready to terrorize the tour again it would seem. Hope he can pass Rafas GS total in the coming years.