I definitely think there's an argument for moving Wimbledon back a week into July; you could even move the US Open correspondingly and put that back into September.
Maybe there's already too big a gap between the third and fourth Grand Slams - we end up with this big lull in the schedule that we're just getting to the end of now.
But certainly Wimbledon could easily move back to give everyone another week of grass court preparation.
There's nowhere near as much preparation time on the grass as there is on clay, and the difference is even more pronounced before either of the hard court Grand Slams. The time spent on the lawns is pretty minimal - they don't play on grass at any other time of the year.
There's a huge run-in to Roland Garros and the US Open, although not so much for the Australian Open; but they are still playing the hard courts. You could say Wimbledon the tournament deserves another week at least.
Whether they bring Paris forward a week and move Wimbledon back a further one, and possibly shift the US Open accordingly, I don't know. But there is definitely an argument there.
There has to be some sort of movement within the sport to affect the change - and in my opinion it has to come from the players. The tournament organisers aren't going to do it - they have the weeks in the year that they want.
The trouble from the women's side is that the top players are the Williams sisters. Are they really going to vote to spend another week in Europe? Probably not, at this stage in their career. They come over late enough as it is.
As for the men... I could see them wanting the extra week. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic - all those guys I'm sure would love to have another week in Europe.
They do get to have a say, and are listened to, on the Players Council - but we're talking Grand Slams here. It's tricky. The ATP and WTA need to get together with the International Tennis Federation and forge some kind of alliance.
There has been some fiddling around with the schedule but not really with a Grand Slam, although the Australian Open did get moved from December to January for the in 1977.
There have been moves in the past few years to move the Australian Open, to push it back into February or even March, in a bid to avoid the most extreme heat of the Australian summer.
The idea had a lot of support but it hasn't happened. I'm delighted because I love the Australian Open being held when it is. It makes a lot of sense as well what with it being the Australian school holidays at that time. It seemed like there was going to be a crushing move to change it but it didn't get done.
I don't see it happening. But in an ideal world, sure, Wimbledon could easily move. If the players want it, they will have to push for it - the men in particular.