Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave
I mean everything he is saying has some logic to it, obviously hard court is tough on the body and 25 seconds at times is not enough.
Empirical evidence suggests otherwise. Other players routinely manage to work within the alloted time with very little deviance. They all have been fine. 25 seconds is acceptable for everyone other than Nadal, and when you realize that he's known to slow things up in tight situations, the spurious nature of his comments is even more blatant.
Worse than that, though, is that everything he says is designed to fit his own agenda. That's very rational of him, of course, but he needs to stop trying to pass it all off as the interests of others.
Slow hard courts, which in turn lead to needlessly extended rallies that demand more physical effort and incite problems with the body, are the real issue. An alternative solution to "less hard courts" would be to speed up (at least most) those in existence. But, of course, Nadal wouldn't want that either, as he's expressed in the past.
The bottom line is that pretty much everything he adds to the conversation is skewed by self-serving bias.