Originally Posted by BobbyOne
kiki, after a longer while and having studied tennis history myself, I must contradicct you: Buchholz was not used to fill the pro field. No.4 and No.5 in several years...
Olmedo, Cooper and Anderson were not stronger than Buchholz.
Ayala was a joke in comparison to Buchholz in the pro ranks. See Joe's book!
Olmedo won W and FH, so did Coop and Anderson won FH...Butchols??? a mere qf.No better than Riessen or Tim Gullikson.
" And when the bullied american saved his three death penalties, the steeled arm of the young swede began to shiver like it never did before"