LONDON: World primary Andy Murray has voiced his help for modifications designed to hurry up tennis being examined on the inaugural Subsequent Era ATP Finals in Milan this November.
The event for the main tour gamers aged 21 and beneath will function a brand new scoring system, no lets, restricted medical time-outs and shot clocks as the lads’s governing physique seeks methods to attraction to youthful audiences.
The scoring system is probably the most radical change to the normal format, with 5-set matches determined by way of first-to-4-recreation units, as an alternative of the standard six, with tiebreaks performed at three-three.
“Tennis is doing very properly proper now however that doesn’t essentially imply that’s going to be the case sooner or later, so I feel it’s necessary to attempt new codecs, totally different scoring methods and see if it really works,” Murray advised reporters.
“It’s good to attempt new issues, at the least it’s making an attempt one thing totally different. It’s a must to give credit score for doing that, as a result of tennis has typically been accused of being too conventional, not eager to attempt new issues.”
The one new rule that Murray particularly opposed was the no-benefit scoring rule, the place every recreation can be determined by a sudden-dying level at deuce.
“I would like to attempt a shorter set with the identical scoring, moderately than the sudden-dying deuce factors,” Murray added.
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