Where is Koželuh? Koželuh was a six-time winner of the Bristol Cup (Menton, France), which was the most prestigious professional title in the world in the 1920s. He also won the World Pro tournament in Deauville, France, in 1925. Another major title for Koželuh was the French Professional Championship of 1930. He also won the US Pro on clay in 1932 and 1937. Now all the titles mentioned above were on clay. One could argue that Koželuh was the best clay court player in the world from 1925 to 1932 at least. (It is possible that the French Amateurs were better - but I am not so sure of that - I think the evidence of Henri Cochet's lack of success amongst the Pro's suggests that Koželuh was stronger). He certainly was the best pro on that surface in that period. I kind of always put Koželuh on the same rung as Nusslein...in the early 30's Nusslein, who was much younger than Koželuh - swapped titles.