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Old 12-10-2011, 08:21 AM   #1082
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Originally Posted by borg number one View Post
Thanks Kiki. I absolutely agree with you on all of the above Kiki. Borg would have definitely had to going "full bore" to regain his foothold in terms of practice and match play, but a slight adjustment relative to his past play/training was what he was contemplating through 1982. He was contemplating fewer "non-major" tourneys and a real focus on the FO, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.
One thing I couldn´t understand, at that time, was Borg didn´t enter a few WCT events, were there were no restrictions at all - and he certainly would be more than welcome-.

As a matter of fact, Borg and Hunt were on the same shore, both fighting the stupid hegemonist attempts of the ITF ( which run the Slams and the Gran Prix ) led by Chartrier.

Do you know why? after all, Hunt was all for free enterprise, isn´t it? and some WCT matches with, relatively low pressure on him, would habe kept Borg´s body, hand and mind in shape enough to wait for rules to change in 1983 or 1984.

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