Originally Posted by BobbyOne
kiki, Yes, Stolle was adaptable: He made a great duo with Hewitt, then with Emerson, then with Laver in 1967 as a pro and at last with Rosewall. Four great doubles.
Rose played with Hartwig and Don Candy, Hoad played of course with Rosewall, also with Hartwig and Trabert.
Interesting: Hoad won the French Pro doubles seven times in a row.
Hoad had good results on clay.
In 1972, in the Italian Open doubles final, Hoad and Frew McMillan led Nastase/Tiriac two sets to love, but eventually lost the match, uncompleted by darkness.