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Old 03-28-2013, 02:32 PM   #1149
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Originally Posted by BobbyOne View Post
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I disagree. I don't think that Newcombe was a clear No. 1 in 1971. Smith had those two big achievements. Rosewall won two out of the four true biggest events plus reached Wimbledon SFs. That year for me is a typical case for a split No.1, this time three players tied.

The Masters then was not called Masters Cup. The latter only since 2000.
In fact, Rosewall could be a slighty favoured in 1970, since both won 1 major but Rosewall also reached a Wimbledon final, while Newcombe didnīt play any other major final.

In 71, Rosewall had two big wins but Newcombe defeated Laver at Philadelphia and , again, Rosewall ( and Smith) at Wimbledon.So, letīs give one year to each one and we will be fair.any year awarded is OK.
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