Hi. Ive been thinking for a while that to me, tennis in the 80s and 90s was great. But something happened, and now its not that good. The endless meaningless bodyhurting baseline rallies are present in the 80 percent of the points and it really bores me. I want to see some variety, I want to see some S/V, some agressive players. But almost everyone plays defensive nowadays. I think that they screwed the sport by alowing newer strings in the 90s and therefore having to change the ball and the courts in order to stop the new power that the players had. The balls should still be smaller and lighter like they were before, and the racquets not so powerful. Tennis was great with Lendl, Edberg, Becker, Sampras, etc... Now everyone is a grinder and they get tired and injured more often and ask for less tournaments. Federer is maybe the only one with the capability of playing some old school tennis but thats because he was taught to play with a one handed backhand and a small headed racquet. So, if you agree with me somehow... why do you think they did it? because TV rankings were decreacing? or just because they trusted in the benefits of technology?