In article <613797F1tht8...@mid.individual.net>,
"Gaz" <gaz...@msn.com> writes:In a different sense from the men? One of the recent Aus Open women's semis
> Paul Hyett wrote:
> > On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 at 21:00:27, Gaz <gaz...@msn.com> wrote in
> > uk.media.tv.misc :
> >>> Of course, but there are ways of getting round the law, and it
> >> I agree that on some occasions it might happen in certain situations,
> >> Gaz
> > Yes, when women play 5 set tennis matches, then they should expect
> Piffle. The prize money is proportional to the amount of coverage and
was a downright pointless 6-3 6-1 affair, and the final was a straight-sets
win. If it's tennis-related entertainment that counts, as against cheesecake
underwear shots, doubles tournaments should be attracting the big prize
> and a timeTennis is past it anyway. They need a rule change to make it interesting
> may come where women tennis players can command a higher pay level then the
> mens tounaments.
again. I've heard it suggested that they should do away with the second
serve, but I reckon just making the service boxes shorter (half a metre or
so) would do it.
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