Of Course - Lendl and Wilander
You are absolutely right about having Lendl on the list. Also I'd like to add Wilander
Nadal - agree he possibly will be future #1 but this is a snapshot in time
Muster - put him on the list just because he was such a prolific clay court winner + also 1995 & 1996 his record on clay was Nadal like.
If you add Cochet & Lacoste, then you would also need to add Tony Wilding who was the dominant clay courter in Europe from 1910 to 1914 (2 World Clay Court World championships + 4 or 5 Monte Carlos' and lots of other clay court championships).
Last edited by timnz; 05-18-2009 at 01:48 PM.