You think he has a shot at 100?I think playing 250s should be the norm for Djokodal after extended breaks from now on. Instead of risking getting knocked out in early rounds like what happened to them at Monte Carlo or Paris Indoors, it gives them just the right level of opposition to get them match practice over multiple days. I think if Nadal hadn’t played Melbourne 250 he probably wouldn’t have won the AO this year.
Maybe 2 more slams, 3-4 masters and depending on how many he plays 4-5 lower level tournaments?You think he has a shot at 100?
Its great for tennis and tennis fans in those cities whenever a superstar chooses to play a small tournament.Novak said in recent interview that he wants to have positive energy / vibe wherever he plays next year, and United Cup is hardly giving us positive energy at all because it bans players from certain countries.
United Cup has so much negativity that I think it's better for him not to participate in negative atmosphere and play Adelaide Open instead where it's fair and he can earn points at the same time.
First few rounds are usually affordable for most people. Quarter final to Final tickets are usually expensive for most people, but if you sit at the back row you can get reasonably cheaper ticket. You can also get a cheap ground pass which lets you walk around the complex and see the players practicing, but it won't let you enter the main stadium.Its great for tennis and tennis fans in those cities whenever a superstar chooses to play a small tournament.
Hope there's isn't a huge fee involved.