out of the non-philosophical works i enjoyed Great Expectations and Crime & Punishment most,
but many great novels are closer to philosophical textbooks.
the Historical novels, like Peace & War or Boodenbruiks were not so my liking
seems like a combination of factors in this case.
the bo3 format makes it easier for the younger players and these indoor conditions being good for big servers further levels the field.
this wasn't such a big deal for the younger DJ, but he's aging and at the end of the season feels this even...
but why is that? of course more tall people exist today, but they are still much overrepresented in pro tennis. there is a strong trend.
on the one hand do i agree that Zverev is overrated, on the other hand has he made the USO final recently and was stopped only last minute by the Clark Kent...
of course i'm glad that the event took place at all, but the limitations can still only count as deductions in such a scoring.
deductions for the atmosphere (though better than last year, hehe).
deductions for Thiem's injury exit.
deductions for faker's injury fake (it's getting old)...