Game Point is Busted Racquet's roundup of facts, figures and links about the tennis world.
Love -- Two players were arrested in Sweden this weekend upon suspicion of soliciting prostitutes before the Stockholm Open. The unidentified men, who were in the field of 32 at the tournament, were detained while entering a hotel with their new lady-friends.
15 -- Not sure why Martina Hingis deciding to forego a comeback made headlines yesterday. She told Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated the same thing last month. I believe her. I also believe she could easily change her mind six months down the road.
30 -- One player who is coming back is Justine Henin. The former No. 1 announced today that her return will begin at the Brisbane International in January, two weeks before the Australian Open.
40 -- Marat Safin sat down with Tennis Magazine ahead of his retirement next month. He talks about how his win over Pete Sampras in the 2000 U.S. Open was both a gift and a curse.
Game -- Expect to hear a lot about the length of the tennis schedule this off-season and don't be surprised if some players join in the calls for the ATP to shorten the tournament calendar. Players need time to recover from the grueling schedule, get motivated for the coming year and to meet some women whom they won't have to pay to get back to their hotel rooms.