By Chris Oddo
If this tweet by freelance photographer Christopher Levy is any indication, Dmitry Tursunov has a good point:
Tursunov took to Twitter on Tuesday to voice his displeasure with what he perceived to be unfair distribution of practice court usage at the Cincinnati Masters. The 30-year-old World No. 44 is enjoying his first spell inside the top 50 since the fall of 2011, and was apparently perturbed at how the tournament offered better practice facilities to its top eight seeds than the rest of the field. Here is what Tursunov tweeted about the lack of availability of practice courts at the Western and Southern Open on Tuesday:
(August 14, 2013)
Here is the text of Tursunov's full tweet on TwitLonger:
Do you agree with Tursunov, or do you think he should just keep quiet?
"Interesting way 4 Cincy tournament 2 make players feel equal. Top 8 players have their very own court blocked off 4 the day. Rest of players have 2 squeeze 4 people 2 a court maximum 1 hour on site. If 2 Top 8 players hit @ the same time, the tournament takes another court away & block it off 4 2 hours straight. Meantime other maindraw players practice somewhere on public courts if they want to have a full court 4 an hour. Fair is what you pay on the bus, as they say!"