Watching today's major tournaments like the just-completed French Open makes one long for the old days of tennis. Many of today's players dress like they are going to mow the lawn. What about showing some respect for the game? And what's with the obsession to be handed a towel after each point to wipe their face, arms, hands, legs and who knows what else, and hand or toss it to the poor ballgirl or ballboy? And finally, the ultimate of aggravations, the screaming of some players with each hit of the ball. And let's call out some of the top players on this — Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sharapova and this year's French Open champion, Simona Halep. To the spectator, this screaming is annoying and distracting. To the screamer's opponent, it displays extremely poor sportsmanship. For some reason, this elephant in the living room is never mentioned by tennis commentators or interviewers.