Originally Posted by Dan Lobb
Frankly, I am less interested in compiling questionable achievements than with comparing the level of play. Achieving the highest level of play ever and maintaining it for a five-year stretch is itself a fantastic achievement.
Dan, ranking along achievements, while still not easy, is more reasonable than ranking along peak play.
But in Hoad's case it's yet rather easy to rank him regarding achievements because his record is not worthy of a top ten player!
I regret to always tell you how poor Lew's record is but you should accept tennis history and be brave therein...
It's again exposing: You belittle the category "achievements" in order to push Hoad since he cannot compete with other players' achievements.
You show your old strange game: Firstly you claim Hoad is the best regarding achievements. Then, secondly, after people have disproved your claim, you claim that achievements are questionable. It's the next rabbit off your hat! Please come out with a new game of honesty!