Originally Posted by BobbyOne
Dan, Joe McCauley was not confused. He was very conscientious. You rate the events rather subjectively. F.i. you always belittle the Grand Prix in 1959 ( a long series of four top players).
No, this is not subjective. The Ampol series of 14 tournaments was designed to establish a world number one, and points were awarded according to a player's finish in each tournament. The final results were Hoad (6 wins), Gonzales (4 wins), Rosewall (2 wins), Sedgman (1 win), Trabert (1 win).