Here's a guy who was #1 in junior, ATP and ATP Champions Tour. Finaled in Australian Open (lost to a guy who tested positive a few months later), won five Masters series titles, invented a new shot for the game which is still used today by many players - the jumping two handed backhand. Even Federer and Nadal, as great as they are, never were great enough or creative enough to invent a new shot. Rios' credentials are different and unique but he was an extraordinary talent who may deserve to be a Hall of Famer based on his own incomparable criteria. Roger Federer calls Rios one of his favorite players. Agassi who was 1-2 vs. Rios head to head, has spoken highly of Rios also. If players like Helena Sukova and Michael Chang are in the Hall of Fame, no disrespect to them, perhaps Rios, a very special and inspiring talent, belongs also. What you think?