Exactly, he talks it how he sees it. He sees it like a fanboy of what he used to be. McEnroe is stuck in the past, he is still funny sometimes and I don't dislike the guy but he is not a genius as far as modern day tennis goes.
Give him the chance, maybe he would do a far sight better than a CEO (Mark Miles) who signed the sport up to a deal with marketing company ISL, which subsequently collapsed leaving the sport with untold cash shortages, redundancies and the need to crawl back to the sponsors of the Masters Series events they had abandoned.
And maybe he would do better than the current President who gave us Round-Robin.
It's easy to right Mac off, but tell me what, out of a longer grass court season, a shorter calendar, and the Australian Open played in March, does not make sense?
It all adds up to me, or as he said 'one heck of a calendar.'