Stop whining ffs, 25 seconds is enough. The players don't have a problem with it. You are being a drama queen, which kind of your thing on here.
The players absolutely have a problem with it. I don't think I've heard or seen any player that got a time violation and then said to the umpire: "Gee, I was really over the line there, you were right to give me the violation"
Actually, I wish they'd dump the towels, or reduce their usage to twice a set. That's what you have sweat bands for. I can't think of another sport in which young children or big grown men in the case of the USO walk behind pampered athletes waiting on them as they do in tennis. "May we heat your towel for you, sir/ma'am? Is milord's/milady's towel soft enough, shall we fluff it up some more?"
Towels twice a set? Oh lord
The pampering, however, is a bit much, I agree on that, but sweat bands can easily become too sweaty in and of themselves deep in a match. Often times you are wiping your wet forehand with an even wetter sweat band! This is what the towel is for. Also for wiping off the grip, drying the grip of the racquet, which one cannot do with a sweat band.
Besides, one drip of sweat could mean the difference between a clean ace, struck perfectly, vs. a drop of sweat making your palm slick and causing you to not have the same control you want on the serve, you miss the ace by 2 inches, now you have to battle a 2nd serve point.
Towels are very, very important.