Originally Posted by hoodjem
Timnz offered evidence that Ko˛eluh has the equivalent of 10 important clay tournament titles, and Nusslein has 4.
Shouldn't Ko˛eluh be ranked higher?
Did Nusslein win the equivalent of 9 clay majors?
I rate Nüsslein's clay majors a bit higher because he faced stronger competition (Vines, Tilden, Cochet, Budge).
Nüsslein's 9 clay majors:
1933 World Championships Berlin
1936 World Championships Paris
1934 US Pro
1937 French pro
1938 French pro
1936 British pro Southport
1937 British Pro Southport
1938 British pro Southport
1939 British Pro Southport, Budge participating