Originally Posted by Flash O'Groove
I didn't mean playing style but playing level. A lot of players deserve full recognition, but a top-10 list have to be a little bit selective, otherwise we can simply list the numerous players who impressed us, played good to great on some occasion, and so on.
I also meant playing level. Trabert didn't have as long a career as Agassi but he was superb. I would say Agassi was perhaps better but at that high level it's debatable.
Maybe Boris Becker would be a better match as far as level and style of play for recent players.