Originally Posted by pc1
That's also a puzzle because if the head to head against Gonzalez was for the World Title you would figure Kramer would rank Hoad number one but the rankings could have been just Kramer's opinions of how good the players were. What was the exact order of the top four? I assume Gonzalez was number one and I assume Rosewall was there among the four. Was it Sedgman in the top four?
pc1, Kramer ranked Gonzalez, Sedgman (why so high?), Rosewall, Hoad, Trabert, Segura, Cooper, Anderson.
If I recall correctly he ranked exactly the same for 1958!