Originally Posted by veroniquem
Surfaces are perfect the way they are. Funny how every time Fed loses, the surface is at fault. How about: the player is at fault? (Revolutionary concept, I know)
If Fed wants to be a top player, he has to be able to play on all surfaces. No excuses.
Fed is 100% right and you know it. He even said the surface at the WTF is fine as it is, no excuses. And you never heard him talking about speeding up claycourts. He just wants to see some more variety and some faster courts and I believe a lot of tennisfans agree with him.
I don't even think Fed would be the main beneficiary of faster courts. He dominated the medium/medium-fast courts for years and the surface homogeneity seemed to have helped him win 17 grand slams.