Originally Posted by Dan Lobb
He was not hot on clay. He lost to Segura in the 1952 Cleveland final on clay in five sets, and lost to Trabert in the 1956 RG final, and lost a clay TOUR to Trabert the same year. His hotness didn't give him an RG win against Hoad or Rosewall either, where he lost to both.
That's your idea of hot?
I still doubt that the US Pro of 1952 was played on clay.
Gonzalez won an European pro tour on clay against Segura.