1. Lew Hoad (Aus) - Contested six major finals, winning four - including two Wimbledons - during a brief amateur career before turning professional. Ranked No. 1 in the world in 1956 when he won three of four slams. Strengths: "Power, volleying and explosiveness."
Pancho and Rocket agree. Hoad was the BOAT.
In the end, the aggressive all-court player always has the advantage against a power-bashing baseliner.