Originally Posted by pc1
Another negative post about the past game and Laver from TMF. What a surprise. You realize that players in the past also have collapsed during long matches also.
Are you telling me that the ancient ballerinas collapsed after dancing around patting the ball back and forth? Maybe they shouldn't have worn pants LMFAO.
Originally Posted by urban
Just a few examples of players collapsing: Vines 1933 in Davis Cup vs. Perry, Buchholz cramping and collapsing vs. Fraser on matchpoint for himself, Wim 1960. At the AO the players had to play in the brutal heat on midday, there was no roof and mostly there were no evening matches.
ROFL don't even get me started on the heat back then. Every1 knows that the global warming has only recently made tennis in the brutal heat possible. Go 2 school, kid.
Just kidding, everyone. I don't know why everything has to be a competition between modern and past tennis.