Guess what - I accidentaly seemed to find an answer on my own question.
Originally Posted by Telegraph.co.uk
By Mark Hodgkinson
Last Updated: 9:58pm BST 22/06/20
The Swede (Bjorn Borg) argued that the players had a closer relationship in the Seventies and Eighties. "The atmosphere was a bit friendlier between the top players then - there's more distance now.
"I remember talking to Jimmy and John in the locker-room, although never before a big match, like a Wimbledon final. When I was on the tour, the players were more like friends.
"We would play our matches, and then we would talk to each other. But these days, the atmosphere in the locker-room and in the players' lounge has changed. I'm not saying it's a bad atmosphere; it's just very different.
"The players now do their thing, play their match, or practise, and then there isn't so much interaction," said Borg, who was speaking at the launch of HSBC's 'Champions of Wimbledon' gallery of past winners, created by Gerald Scarfe.
You see, someone behind the curtains must have told the players they should be more friendly with each other... It's only sad someone has to conduct/act instead of things happening spontenously