Absolutely Rachie. It's ridiculous. Surely there has to be a way to ensure things are fair all around. I know you can't predict how ling matches will take, but still.
Indian Wells still leaves a bad taste in my mouth this year. I still feel it was rigged for Rafa. I know that's an awful thing to say, but it is what I think. I still don't get how it is acceptable under the rules for a player to stay with a tournament owner during a tournament. What on earth is the ATP thinking to allow that to happen? Doesn't that set the game up for suggestions of rigging?
Given what has happened at Madrid, with the commentators reporting the courts are designed with Nadal in mind, plus the timing of his matches, I really don't know why the other players are not making more of a fuss. The timing of Murray's match against Berdych was an example - common sense would have involved scheduling it last, after his late night. That's not to say he would have beaten Berdych given his record on clay, but it would have been fairer.
Spanish "sport" stinks at the moment, with the attitude of the authorities towards the doping doctor.