Limpin, Finally I can agree with you: The article is self-explanatory. That's what krosero and I write since weeks! But you are again wrong: Buchholz stated that Rosewall had an edge over Laver for the WHOLE tour which lasted from May, 24 till end of October which is more than "only" 130 days. I'm sure you have read krosero's post where he explained that the 130 days embrace only the European and South African parts of the tournament tour while the U.S. part had gone from May 19 to July 12! The whole long tour did not last 365 days. The deciding tournament tour was a 185 day tour and was always dominated by Rosewall. Buchholz wrote "Rosewall won again the (130 day) tour" because Muscles had also won before the (55 day) tour in America. Buchholz does not or little refer to other tours of the year (Australia, NZL, France, Italy) as they were not part of the determining big tour which produced the year-end rankings.