You need to send that signal to the world that women and men are equal and you have to back it up with the prize money.
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"I think that our men's tennis world, ATP world, should fight for more because the stats are showing that we have much more spectators on the men's tennis matches the 30-year-old Serb said at the time.
"But you have to stand up for what is right and there's no pressure on you if you say how you feel.It would never occur to him to ask.".Koepkas form seems to be coming together too with an 11th-place finish at The Players and a second at the Fort Worth Invitational, where he twice shot 63 and was only beaten by Justin Rose.You have to live with yourself, and is a potential dollar more important than speaking the truth and saying how you feel?"That equal prize money discussion - I thought we were done with that 10 years ago.
Well in terms of long hitting, not many have more to give than Rory McIlroy.
We were very influential in the creation and adoption of the 50-50 rule and we hope that the introduction of it will play a significant role in mitigating the problems of first-round singles retirements.
"Certainly, giving more money to the men than the women is not a solution.Djokovic, who new las vegas slots feels he has been unfairly portrayed as "very greedy" in some reports of recent days, made his feelings clear at the Indian Wells tournament in March 2016.The trio of Justin Thomas, Jason Day and Justin Rose can be backed at 16/1 and the Englishman may be value to chase DJ home.There are a significant number of men who think they should be paid more."Women should fight for what they think they deserve, and we should fight for what we think we deserve.With a large amount of money at stake, there is great incentive for players to compete at Wimbledon.Tennis legend Martina Navratilova has urged Novak Djokovic and other male players who want higher prize money to "get together with the women"."It never was for me, and I wish there was a little more noise made by the players.".Wimbledon will award just under 50 million (34 million) to the competitors at the 2018 tournament.There is no suggestion that last Friday's meeting discussed increasing men's prize money at the expense of the women's tour, but the issue remains a subtext to the debate."We really need to pull together and not against each other she said.
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"The percentage of the money the majors give to the players is less than it ought.