Tennis needs to evolve, according to Victoria Azarenka.

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According to two-time Slam champion Victoria Azarenka, women’s tennis has to reform. After her opening match at the WTA 1000 tournament in Dubai, Vika spoke about the issues the WTA needs to fix in order to attract more viewers.

She uttered: “I want a lot of things to change. Change is challenging since we work with so many different entities. Many people from the older age could find it challenging to see the future.

More player involvement and unity in the sport are needed, but this takes time. It is exceedingly challenging to break with tradition and change the way things have always been done. Tennis needs to advance, develop, and play more frequently.

Although there is much potential, we need individuals who are ready to take some chances. ATP Finals? We require a gathering that is deserving of hosting such a significant competition. We have witnessed unexpected announcements over the last couple of years, and nobody has had time to consider marketing.

all areas that have received little attention. The players are excited to take part in this competition, however we are unable to learn the location until a month or even less before the event. There isn’t actually a set place at the present.

China is still being discussed, but nothing is certain.”

The words of Iga Swiatek

The Fort Worth WTA Finals, at least in the eyes of the spectators in attendance at the Dickies Arena, did not meet expectations and worried the women’s tour.

Even the number one player in the world, Iga Swiatek, expressed her unhappiness with the American crowd’s lack of interest in the tournament, which featured the top eight players of the season, during the competition that took place from October 31 to November 7.

She uttered: “We’ll see, but I hope to see the stadium filled soon. I’m hoping I get the chance because I enjoy consuming the crowd’s energy.”