My guess is that tickets would have been sold out before schedules announced. There were fed fans at Andy's match on Saturday. You buy day session or night session tickets. You have to guess who will be playing where, except with Fed this year since hes's always been on RLA
Anyway, back to Andy, and yet another match that will mkre than likely start when I am at work
Do what you have to do Andy
This is so right. I have tried to get tickets for AM but it is always a lottery as you have to buy long before you know participants. I have ended up watching Joker three times as a result. One of those at the Olympics was because Andy won through to the final! I suppose draws are always a gamble on who they get to play and when and therefore in what conditions they play but I agree with teejay that there needs to be a system to try to make it as fair as possible.
I think most would agree to that? If not why not?
I would not expect commercial interest to corrupt results with biased scheduling. This is meant to be sport and the players should look at this after and agree something. Are there parallels of Federer with Ferrari in motor racing where it always seemed that any options/choices went their way? The latter not so marked in recent years. Perception though may not be fact so SEEMED is important.Same applies in tennis.
I am looking forward to the match tonight now and forgetting the schedule problems. Andy is usually a good fighter and if he wants the win this and the semi enough he will make it!!!!!! If so, it should be a good match and I stick to my contention that it will probably be better to watch than the other match.