I have a feeling the modern tennis game would be more interesting if the court wasn't so wide. When tennis was invented, the racket technology didn't allow players to hit so many outright fast-paced winners from the baseline and the game had more of a strategic/chess-like element to it. It wouldn't cost that much to change the dimensions of tennis courts...just paint new lines. What does everyone else think?
simple solution mate
~~ restrict the size of rackets [head width & length]
make rackets the same size as squash ones [half the size of some modern tennis rackets]
& players will have a much harder time hitting clear winners from the baseline
...in the short term Federer would dominate even more, because he could find the sweet spot even on a one iron
.. long term the game would be much more interesting & you`d see a return to 1960s-70s style of play