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How will tennis be in 2030?

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Asked at 2011.03.07 00:42:57
I think if I take a newspaper and open the tennis headlines in 2030 the news would be like this:

43 year old 5-time Grand Slam Champion 15th seed Andrew Murray created a major upset when he beat the number one player in the world Andy Shikayov in the third round of the US Open.

Shikayov, tied for the most number of Grand Slam titles won (18) was looking to break the record shared with GOAT Federer but Murray's backhand proved too much.

Murray's new admantium racket the K-Factor-Adm-10 gave an edge for Murray, which along with genetic engineering to lengthen fitness, made the former number 1 player in the world break through in the end.

- Federer wins record 40th Grand Slam title -

Riva Federer won a record setting 40th Grand Slam title in the Russian Open today, and thus obtaining her 6th Calender Grand Slam in a row. It was a no-contest affair as usual for Federer, as she won 6-0 6-0 6-1 in 32 minutes, thanks to her new speed-rubber suit which improves speed on the court.

I could do this all day lol. What other headlines can you think of?
answer gdawg  Answered at 2011.03.07 00:42:57
- Breaking News -

This just in, the Results of the French Open Men's Final 2030!

Rafelito Nadal Jr. has just defeated the 2009 French Open Champion and 23 time-Finalist Roger Federer in yet another French Open Final. Rafelito's father, Rafael Nadal, could be seen in the stands picking his trousers (while sitting) with gusto during especially great rallies. He was even spotted making a surprise entrance during the trophy presentation to hand his former rival, Roger Federer, a box of Kleenex to soothe his pain, but was forced to leave after the vengeful Federer began chasing Rafael with his racket, supposedly shouting "I'm going to get you! Right on the bloody knees!" This marked little Rafelito's 15th straight French Open trophy, carrying on the Nadal family name on the French Open Trophy since 2005 (except for that fateful 2009 year).

The tennis world now heads to England for Wimbledon, home of the world's best attractions: fish and chips, great teeth, and British chicks!
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