Originally Posted by jamesblakefan#1
OP's bored and looking to strum up an argument when there's none there. Another fail thread by BP, Talk Tennis Guru.
Hmmm...I've heard numerous players mention that when the umpire calls their nation's name during Davis Cup matches that it gives them goose bumps and makes them feel so much prouder and gives them extra motivation and incentive to want to try even harder to win for their countries. That's why you often have amazing all-out Davis Cup matches with sometimes surprising results. Why are the players in the Olympics being robbed of this special feeling and the extra pride and motivation of representing their countries?