Federer led fight for more prize $$

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  1. citybert

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  2. tennisMVP

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    Nadal may be the only top 4 player at the Australian Open next year. Glad he resigned from the ATP Player Council.
     
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    I could understand why they would boycott there, but in my opinion, the AO is the best-run GS tournament of the four (further reinforced after this year's Wimbledon). For better pay, sure, I can see why. But for the treatment of the players, the USO should definitely be put on the list for boycott.
     
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    Are WTA players potentially going to participate in the boycott? If not are we going to hear complaints later on that they too need a payraise?
     
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