I prefer GOHG (greatest of his generation), for what it's worth... Anyway, I submit that McEnroe is the overall GOAT of the open era, becuase he was a complete tennis player. No, he never won the French and didn't win much on clay. He never won the Australian. And still, he was the greatest singles AND doubles player of his era, winning 7 major singles titles, 9 doubles titles and 1 mixed. That's 17 majors (no, not the mis-used "Grand Slams", but Majors). That makes him the most complete male player of the past two generations. Tennis is not just singles, and there has never been a better doubles player over the past 30 years, at least to my knowledge. Not to mention that Mac was still winning ATP doubles titles when he was old enough to be his opponents' father. No mean feat, there. And for the record, I can't stand Mac's "personality." I just have tremendous respect for a player who can still match up, at 50, with just about anyone on the planet for a set of tennis on a medium to fast court. So, given his overall major title count, versatility, longevity, and talent, I'd have to put Mac at the top of the heap as candidate for overall GOAT or GOHG. What do you think?