http://www.atptennis.com/5/en/legends/default.asp Has anyone else been suprised by some of the choices by the ATP in their legends section? While the majority of players chosen seem fairly straightforward there are also some unexpected omissions and inclusions. Why for example is Roche included among the legends? Roche won a single grand slam singles title as an amateur. Roche had a strong Davis Cup record and strong doubles record but he is the only doubles player to be in this so called "legends" section. Rafter is also a slightly suprising choice. I do admire Rafter but I would not rank his back-back US Open titles and 2 Wimbledon finals as legendary. Perhaps more surprisingly is the ommision of Courier from the list of players. Why would Nastase, Ashe and Vilas get a mention while Courier's name is conspiculously absent? Courier with his 4 grand slam titles and 5 masters series titles should certainly make the cut if these players do. Riggs also surely deserves a mention. After all Riggs was considered by some of his contempories (such as Kramer) do be one of the greatest players of all time. While I disagree with this I do think that Riggs ranks ahead of some of the other candidates nominated as "legends".