Henri Leconte was on Court 3 at Wimbledon yesterday in a typically flamboyant and fun doubles match with Mansour Bahrami against McEnroes John and Pat.
The 1986 SW19 semi-finalist emerged in an era where trash-talk was as commonplace as serve-and-volleying at the Championships, compared to today's more urbane individuals and baseline bouts.
Leconte shares his thoughts on the next generation of tennis from players of the modern game, to the racquets and personalities of the players.
The Frenchman opines that the modern game is too professional and busy with more pressure – a timely comment following the early big-name departures at Wimbledon this year.
Henri Leconte is featuring in the Stella Artois Connoisseur Series.
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