Somebody ought to tell the guys in charge of televising tennis matches about the importance of the position of the cameras. I was watching a replay of the Montecarlo final. During the third game of the first set, most of the game was broadcast from a very low camera, slightly above the player's head. The feel you get from that angle has nothing to do with the high camera positions they have in most tournaments. You can see the arc of the ball, the spin, and especially the speed at which the ball comes so much better. As if from the perspective of the player. The higher the camera, the more it looks like a bi-dimensional video game, with no depth. I can't understand why they haven't figured this out yet, and why some tournaments (like Madrid) have the camera positioned so high up. It would help tennis enormously if they showed more of the game from a low camera angle. On a related topic, I've always wondered why baseball (which I don't really follow) does not show the game mainly from behind the batter rather than behind the pitcher. It would be so much more exciting because you could appreciate the quality of the pitch, the speed and curve of the ball, and what it takes to hit it, so much more from the batter's perspective. The way they show it, with the ball moving away from the camera, rather than into it, is so much duller. These are rather simple things and it is surprising they have not thought of changing them.