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Old 01-09-2013, 04:20 PM   #8
FedericRoma83
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Originally Posted by forzamilan90 View Post
It's like they just play against each other consecutively in a certain time frame
Exactly.
It was a four men tour: Gonzales, Rosewall, Segura, Olmedo. Gonzales won it 49-8 (15-4 against Rosewall) and then retired. He didn't play at Wembley Pro and French Pro (the two Major tournaments that year), both won by Rosewall (Gonzales wouldn't have won the French anyway in my opinion, as it was played on clay).
That's basically why there's no clear consesus on who was the world no. 1 in 1960.

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