Originally Posted by davey25
That is why Laver is the GOAT though. He has no flaws:
-versatility and success across all surfaces that were available at the time. Check.
-dominance over all main rivals. Check.
-longevity. Check (Rosewall and Gonzales actually have more but Laver still excellent in this area)
-extreme dominance of the game for a period. Check
-all court game. Check
-peak level of play. Check
So he didnt have to play a hard court slam. So what, there were many hard court or indoor tournaments and he dominated those too during his better years.
Did Laver have a winning H2H over his rivals on fast indoor/wood courts as well?