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Old 04-22-2013, 05:03 AM   #218
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Originally Posted by hoodjem View Post
I think it has to do with the (true) Grand Slam of 1969--an awesome achievement.
Originally Posted by BobbyOne View Post
...achieved in an age of life (31) when Rosewall could not enter the GS tournaments.
You need a subject to your incomplete sentence.

Who was 31 years of age?

Rosewall was 31 in 1965, and as a pro he could not enter the slams.
Laver was 31 in 1969, (when he won the Grand Slam). And Rosewall could and did enter all the slams that year.

Please try to make clear sense, if that is possible.
In the end, the aggressive all-court player always has the advantage against a power-bashing baseliner.

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