In their opinion, the quality of the balls at present needs to be reviewed as they behave in an 'unpredictable' manner at times.

"I feel the slowing down of the courts and the balls have been a bit too much (for the good of the game). There was more variety in our days because of faster courts and balls,” said the Austrian former world number one and a top clay court specialist in the 1990s.
    
"Who wants to see the same players play for five hours? There should be more variety. The French Open schedule has become very tight because of the length of the matches," he added.
    
The two were addressing the media on the eve of starting of CTL(Champions Tennis League) in which he will play the role of a mentor for the Raipur Rangers.

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