Thursday, June 29, 2006

Net pay

Now that Tony Blair endorses "equal prize money" at Wimblemdon and Roger Federer considers the disparity to be "so small that you might as well just make it equal", will he be troubled if the men's prize is reduced by £30,000 to the women's level!?!

Why should men be expected to play an extra set in future if their pay is the same!?!

3 comments:

alfie said...

It's an extra two sets.... and they always seem to play loads more games more than the women....

How often do you see a women's score at Wimbledon to be 6:0, 6:1 - and all over in 25 minutes.

I think if you make the pay the same, you make the women's game best out of 5 sets.

That would really get Venus' knickers in a twist.....

Snafu said...

Seems reasonable, I'm more concerned that Gordon Brown might start asking for equal pay with Tony Blair now that thye are sharing the premiership...

alfie said...

Gordon Brown as PM?

YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS!!!!!