1962 and 1963 was Rosewall's peak. Oh, I fully agree. Just look at how Gonzales, in his 40s, beat Emerson (the dominant amateur player of the 1960s) so often. The rankings of players from the pre-open era by today's analysts, tends to heavily focus on their amateur career achievements for some reason, as though the professional game either didn't exist or didn't matter, when it should be the most important thing of all. I mean, how laughable is it that Ashe, Hoad and Emerson were rated above Gonzales? In what universe is that reality?