We need to start from scratch without worrying about tennis tradition, status quo and favoritism—factors which historically interfere with change.
Tennis has already changed since the beginning when it was a marginal sport existing only for society's upper crusts.
Today tennis has become a mecca for great athletes who possess speed, power and accuracy.
While there remains a need to create a more universal and more easily accessed training ground for potential tennis stars of the future, tennis has moved into the 21st century with some of the world's best athletes, men and women, fully engaged in the sport.
The main changes need to come in the external factors of the game—the calendar, the schedule and the ever-increasing technology which continue to factor into tennis.
Some of the roadblocks in the path of change are mammoth—fixtures of great tradition. But if we imagine what the future can be, the sport can bring about necessary changes.
How can this be done? Follow along.