I find that every continent should have its own Grand Slam. Nowadays Europe has two Grand Slams (Roland Garros, Wimbledon), North-America one (US Open; and the World champs/Master Cup) and Australia/Oceania one (Australian Open), but there isn't a Grand Slam in Asia, in South America and Africa.
Asia has good players for example Paradorn Srichapan (THA/27), H-Y Lee (KOR/66) ,Sargis Sagasian (ARM/75) or Irakli Labadze (GEO/78) on the ATP Tour and Ai Sugiyama (JPN/17), Anna Smashnova (ISR/32), Shinobu Asagoe (JPN/37), Tamarine Tanasugarn(66), Jie Zheng(CHN/67), Akiko Morigami (JPN/68), Shuai Peng (CHN/73) or Li Na (CHN/80) on the WTA Tour, so why doesn't Asia has it's own Grand Slam?
I understand a bit that Africa doesn't have a Grand Slam because of a less of top players and also of money, but why doesn't South America have an own Grand Slam?
With Guillermo Coria (6),Gaston Gaudio (10), David Nalbandian (9), Guiellermo Canas J.I Chela (26) (all Argentinia), Nicolas Massu (CHI/18), Fernando Gonzalez (CHI/22) or the former French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten of Brasil on the ATP Tour and Paola Suarez (ARG/16), Fabiola Zuluaga (COL/23), Gisela Dulko (ARG/32) and Maria Vento Kabchi (VEN/49) on the WTA tour, they have so many talented players and really deserves to have an own Grand Slam! ( SOUTH AMERICA IS CONSIDERED AS AN OWN CONTINENT)
It is really unbelievable that Asia and South America have this disadvantage. It is not fair, because Europe or North America have 2 Grand Slams or 1 Grand Slam and 1 YEC (World Champs/Masters Cup) and apart from Australia the other continents have nothing!
It would be a good idea to introduce a fifth Grand Slam in Asia and to move the YEC (WTA champs/ Master Cup) to South America. Thus everybody would be happy!
(Or the other way round!)
Do you agree?