Awful things happening. Just look at the top players:
Can't even win matches against Baghdatis or Berdych. Should just retire as the nr.1 before he embarrasses himself in further tournaments.
Even worse than Federer, fluking his ranking with lucky draws. Lost against midget Rochus. Made over 40 UEs in 16 games against Verdasco in Monte Carlo.
Hadn't won a tournament from Rome 2009 to Monte Carlo 2010. Beefs his ranking up with clay tournaments and then is a mug for the rest of the year. Knees can't handle even playing on clay now.
Guy has been injured since his epic fluke win over Federror in the 2009 US Open. He's probably realized that he won't win any more and is just biding his time before the retirement decision.
Can't get over his GS final loss and frankly has realized that he was at his peak there, no chance for further GS finals.
See Del Potro, minus the Slam. Was the favorite to win AO, was kicking Fed's arse and then promptly choked. Last chance: GONE.
Top ten is sucking and RoboRod is fluking TMS wins, yet still promptly outside the top5. No development whatsoever in years.
Riding the fluke, will bomb badly after the French Open. Should retire before embarrasses himself there.
Lost 0 and 1 at a TMS final. Humiliating. Should've retired earlier already. No chance for any major wins for this headcase.
The epitome of ballbashing. Lost to Nadal on HC, several times in fact since his one fluke win. Huge headcase and, most importantly, French.
After fluking his way into the semifinals of the AO over injured players, lost a set 6-0 on HC to GGL. Nuff said. Retire.
Any player after that: Choker/Pusher/Moonballer/Ballbasher. Common denominator? All mugs.
So whaddaya think, should the top100 retire to give the spotlight to the less experienced players? At least we would have an excuse why everyone sucks since the nr.1 is really the nr. 101