By Wayne Bryan
Editor's note: WTT Coach Of The Year Wayne Bryan, who is the father of two-time defending Tennis Masters Cup champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, is one of several prominent tennis coaches and players expressing dissatisfaction with the ATP's new experimental scoring system that will shrink doubles sets.
In response to the ATP's survey of fans on the topic of doubles, Bryan is conducting his own survey on doubles. Tennis Week has posted the survey here, please send your replies to [email protected]
Would you like to see more doubles on TV?
What can the ATP do to promote doubles more effectively?
Would you like to see doubles presented at better times and on better courts?
Do you think the new scoring system undercuts the integrity of doubles?
If you believe an alternative scoring system would benefit doubles, what system would you propose?
Do you think pro doubles should have it's own director and PR director?
Do you think staging a men's and women's doubles clinic at each pro tournament would be a positive promotion for tennis?
Are you in favor of a doubles pro-am at each tournament?
What steps can tennis take to increase exposure for doubles?