Originally Posted by loci
The Nadals have to remember that the tour is a business model designed for exposure and the increase of revenue and investment bound by a legal framework that can't be changed on the whim for coaches. I'm going to cut to the chase. Does Toni Nadal have a financial stake in the ATP Tour outside of his nephew showing up at tournaments to collect appearance fees and paychecks? Does he invest his own capital into the Tour? I don't think so. Until he starts pouring all his resources into the coffers of the ATP, he should cut out the nonsense. He's not entitled to make policy for the tour. He's a coach working under the auspices of a player, for goodness sake, doesn't he realize that?
He's entitled to say what he thinks.