I wonder what the influence of that battle nowadays would be? Hm...Lemme think...Zero, nada, zilch? Right answer :)
Wrong answer, of course you almost never give a right answer being an idiot and all:)
So lets see, thanks to this battle Poland survived and went on to create one of the greatest reneissance states in Europe, a great deal of our heritage is from that period.
Thanks to that battle Slavic nations were not overrun by Germans (Teutonic Knights did have every intention to skullf*ck Ruthenia and Russia proper and these states were massively weaker then Poland).
In the end thanks to this battle Poland survived as a major European power all the way to the battle of Vienna where Poles saved Germans from becoming Turkish bytches for God knows how many generations.
So not only the Polish victory saved Poland, 90% of Slavic population and allowed us to flourish for another 250~ years but in the long run it saved Austria and Germany as well :)
Every major medieval battle triggered a chain of events that shaped history untill this very day, only an utter ignoramus like you claims these past events had no influence on our everyday life today.
Let me put it to you this way, chance of them not being there are none existent period
I'm sorry but the only infantry on the Polish side were heavy city regiments from Poland proper, Lithuania was too far and its infantry useless due to technological backwardness and the lighter units were guarding against Hungary.
So if Zawisza had a retinue at Grunwald it would have been mounted and more then likely Polish, also he did not have these villages before Grunwald, he purchased them afterwards.
Well its true, bloody twisted but true, France wanted to see your lot destroyed, Spain and UK didnt care and the strongest German state aka Austria was in the process of being b*tchslapped, no Poland = no help and no help = you wearing a turban :)