I remember when only the top 16 in the world were seeded. Somewhere in the late 80's, early 90's the seeding went to 32 people seeded. The reason for the change was to give a chance to clay court specialists to last a little longer on the grass at Wimbledon, and to provide matches that were considered to be more fair. This way less of the top players could be knocked out the first round. Well now in the 2010's, and it seems like for a while, there really aren't the specialists like there were back then. It seems that most can at least play on all services, and with the change of more baseliners, Wimbledon's grass has played a bit different. So the question is, how would you feel if they went back to only seeding 16 people. Do you think it would make things even more interesting? I wouldn't mind them trying it again, it could really mix up the field, and cause some interesting match ups early.