Of course that seems to be farfetched if he does not have the budget or drive to actually do it
, but I guess it is about celebrating the veterans like it is still "good for the sport". Frankly I think there is a slight consensus that while it's good that Fedal are adding more Slams on their tally and widen their records, I think many also feel that we are lacking the excitement of when new emerging talents become champions, or a feeling that someone will threaten the top guys on some matches. Really, both Finalists did not face a Top 20 player, except Carreno Busta (whose #19), which really made it hard to relate to both having "great runs", seeing they kinda cleaned up the top player "mess". I think the same could also be said of Fed's run in Wimbledon, where you felt there was really no doubt he'd win it after Djokovic and Murray's exits.
I don't think there should be panic -- we see the #NextGen creeping with great results this year and may start to really emerge in the next 2 years -- but for now patience is the key in wanting bit more life to the game. 2018 will surely be interesting, with the aforementioned top players hopefully back into shape. Fed and Nadal has shown how long time recovery helps not only physically but mentally and if it does work then we may see higher quality matches.
It may not be exactly happening now (although 3 Masters titles from players younger than Cilic begs to differ) but change WILL happen.