Originally Posted by pc1
No real stroke weaknesses. Perhaps the best touch of any player I've ever seen. When he was "on" the ball seemed to be on a string. He could beat anyone on clay and wasn't bad on other surfaces. But he was best on clay.
As a junior he won Wimbledon and almost upset Roy Emerson on grass during the DC Sidney finals
As a senior he made the Wimbly semis and won the singles and the doubles Masters on a veey fast indoor carpet court
But I agree his game was perfectly adapted to clay