Originally Posted by TMF
Hello Goosehead. I see your point, but we need more to add for discussion rather than just knowing who won how many clay titles. Remember, not all tournament creates equal, or have same value. If a player win 70 titles, it's nice to know what kind of titles he has, does he has any impressive streaks, record holders, level of domination.
Tony Wilding was very dominant on clay, to be fair. He didn't lose on the surface for over 4 years, and won 2 World Hard Court Championships on the Paris clay in 1913 and 1914. He was killed in the trenches of WW1 in 1915.