Often marginalized, the ATP Challenger Tour is a wild place. Professional tennis players try to discover their path to the glory and the prize money that being in the top 100 brings. Some just breeze through that level and then stay in the upper echelons of the ATP rankings and some might never make it. […] READ MORE
Tag: Men’s Tennis
Wimbledon’s Ongoing Sexist Scheduling
Since hearing the news that Wimbledon was willing to reschedule the women’s final so accommodate the end of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal’s semifinal, all I have been thinking about is Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. At the beginning of the movie, the two young stoners, Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, are […] READ MORE
Could Prize Money Per Set Be a Solution to Grand Slam Prize Money Disputes?
As it is the second week at Wimbledon where there are so many great matches, I thought it would be a great opportunity to propose an idea for a new prize money scheme for Grand Slams, mainly on the men’s side but potentially on the women’s side too: prize money allocated per set won instead of […] READ MORE