This kind of tennis is very compelling to a wider audience. The ratings for the AO final were among the highest for a sporting event on Australia's channel 7, almost 2 million people watched it. But what's most impressive is that at 1.30 am 1.6 million were still watching. Many people outside the sport have been attracted to this power-tennis because of the drama and the intensity of the duel.
Of course it's a matter of taste, but I prefer watching rallies than a series of aces in which you win by not letting the opponent touch the ball. I believe some people find that kind of tennis terribly exciting.
Aren't we lucky that we have players for all tastes?
WTA tards use this crap as their basis for their sycophantic diatribe, i.e. WTA isn't all-serve like the ATP. God help the future when people think reversing homogenization is gonna end up with Karlovic and Isner sharing the slams.