oh man , you need to have these only in atp matches, not challengers or other events where bagels are common . I mean I never heard of these people, no offense but no one cares nor finds it interesting
Unfortunately your point of view is probably shared by most "tennis fans".
This has been encouraged and exploited through the "Star System" which is the very heart of ATP and WTA tennis today : the fans are really concerned by the players that they think they know well, because if you know the player, you can get emotionally involved in the match, but if you don't know the players, it's less interesting, so forget it . . . .
I personally believe that no matter what the player is ranked, to win a tough match against a player that is just as good (or bad) has as much value to both of the players as a tough match between 2 players in the Top 10 ATP (or WTA). Don't under estimate the quality of play in the Challengers, Futures and Juniors, I have seen some incredibly exciting games where the players are prepared to lay their guts on the court to try to win the match, but that is another form of emotions . . . .
To me a bagel
in a Challenger or a Futures is still an ATP result and although I agree with you that for the juniors' and younger players' "bagels" are much more frequent, the Bagel Report
is on the lighter side of this wonderful sport and from time to time it's pleasant to see another way of putting some lesser known players in the "limelight", even if it's just for FUN.