Or perhaps they want Federer to surpass Connors' record of most matches played and won.And it makes no sense. Why make it an official event if you can't qualify for it like the ATP WTF? The only way to play in this event is if you're invited, and there's no ranking points to be won. It's an exhibition that doesn't count but still counts. It's just really stupid no matter how you slice it. The only reasons I can think of why the ATP is pushing it so hard is because of money and because Fed came up with the idea
I mean I think he's going to do that anyway. I think they're just trying to make it relevant when it does make sense for it to be relevant based on its current structure.Or perhaps they want Federer to surpass Connors' record of most matches played and won.
They have done it all of the time. The Pepsi Grand Slam in the late 70's/early 80s they didn't count at the time - now they do. The Grand Slam Cup of the 1990s they didn't count at the time, now they do. I do want them to recognize the European Community Championship which was a real tournament in the 1980s - but they don't. Go figure....Blasphemous if the ATP is retrospectively considering those official matches
oh my... i thought it was a bad joke but it seems to be true, they really included this damned exo !
this is a new low...
Not at all. And Nick's wins don't count, because Djokodal wouldn't lose to a disrespectful punk unless injured.