Why in the world isn't this problem fixed? Put sand in the paint or something, I'm sure the "technology" exists...
Nobody aims for the lines, including the top players, so your argument doesn't convince me one bit.The lines have always yielded irregular bounces. Why attempt further homogenization of surfaces? If you're goo enough to hit the lines then you shouldn't be penalized for that.
Do you have an extra Locker Room Pass - I'd like to go with you some time and talk tennis with the ATP guys... or do they tweet about it - post proof....players hate it... ...
They sure hate it when it happens to them, you can see their reaction. Not saying that this is a huge problem, just that it's an easily fixable one. The net courts are different: it's not like there is a whole lot you can do about it.Do you have an extra Locker Room Pass - I'd like to go with you some time and talk tennis with the ATP guys... or do they tweet about it - post proof.
The pros accept it - just like net cords that dribble over for winners... they even out in the long run.
Just like bad beats in Texas Hold 'Em.