Yes, it's the by far the worst of the TMS sites, but hey it's a lot better than it was 4 weeks ago. Up until the end of the US Open it consisted of just two pages, most of which was a large gif showing the seating arrangement and prices in the Rockodromo, and a link to the ticket sales site. Their English translation really sucks - see all the pieces on the players, for instance. It's less painful to read the Spanish, believe me (and my Spanish isn't very good).
Anyway, you can get draws from the main ATP site, and there are some "liveish" scores on the Resultos y cuadros page of the Spanish version.
Maybe we could submit some suggestions for improvements to the ATP or whoever is designs these pages...
Yea, it SUCKS!! The "live scoring" isn't updated barely at all - it's still showing the Ferreira-Ljubicic match going on and it's not showing the doubles scores or Chela-Martin which is in the second set! This is CRAZY!!
I can't believe that they STILL have not updated anything on that site.... lordy
As for the TMS sites, it seems like the ones done by the ATP or whatever (aka the ones that all look the same) are ok, and the others aren't so hot. the TMS Paris site looks pretty good though, so hopefully it'll be better than this ridiculousness!
Hey, it is not that bad, there are live scores which are much better than the ones of Rome TMS or Hamburg TMS (which I think didn't even exist). The design is good and they have interviewed Verdasco, Nieminen, Ferreira and other players.
The only thing I agree with you is that there is no gallery.