I was quite disappointed when Etienne De V decided to eradicate five set matches. I felt that the five set finals often showed a much truer picture of how players may fair, and fair against each other in the slams. I feel that best of three results may not show if a player would be capable of keeping it up for longer, and ultimately, this is what matters most of all. This is especially true on clay, and an example is winning a set or maybe two against Rafa is far from winning a best of five set match. Now Etienne has left, do you think five set finals will return to the Masters 1000 finals? Considering the top players get a bye in the first round, I do feel that best of three set finals have no benefit, and the matches also have less drama. There have been so many superb best of five set matches in the past such as the Federer and Nadal in Rome, the Coria and Nadal in Rome, the Nadal and Federer in Miami. I do think this is one of the things that need to be changed, as I’m unsure of the place for a best of three in an event that can reward 1000 points. Is it something being considered for next season? Or are we going to be stuck with these unappealing 3-set matches?