Originally Posted by Dan Lobb
Consider also, that Hoad lost his first several matches to Rosewall in the U.S. and Britain, and apparently lost most of the Asian tour matches to Rosewall, so how could the final number for 1957 be 14 to 14?
Obviously, Hoad must have won most of the European matches against Rosewall. Simple math, my friend!
"Strange" Dan, you once wrote that Hoad beat Rosewall on clay 16:7. This balance is impossible if you accept the 14:14 December 3rd hth.
Unfortunately I can't give you the exact date of the 10:8 balance. But I assure you I have read it long ago in British Lawn tennis and Badminton magazine. It concures with the 14:14 balance.