I saw the documentary film on Richard Gonzales. Not very high quality film, the lighting was't very good in many of the scenes, but it managed to come across almost as a purposely made film noir genre film. I enjoyed the film as part of a history lesson on this game. Gonzales came off as a soft spoken man, but one who may have had a chip on his shoulder. As I understand it, he could be considered a contender for the greatest player ever, certainly among the top ten, probably the top five. Too bad he played his tennis mostly prior to the open era. Wasn't allowed to play Davis Cup, or the majors during his prime. One of the first to play a professional touring circuit. Any of you have any stories you've read or heard about this great tennis player? Any of you actually see Gonzales play in person?