Beijing boasts bigger is better
BEIJING -- Shorter season. Less demanding schedule.
Those are two of the main cries that recently have surfaced from the top men players, who have gone so far as to talk starting a union. In a bow to irony: Many of today's players are barely old enough to remember that before the ATP took over control of the worldwide tour in 1990, it was the player's union.
The likelihood that the calendar should be curtailed by chopping the post-U.S. Open schedule is fairly slim. Beyond the top ...
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