Below are the results, as far as we have them, of the worldwide tour of '57. This was known as Hoad's "warmup" tour because its purpose, according to Kramer, was to introduce Hoad to the pro game and get him ready for a showdown with Pancho Gonzalez in '58. So this tour was not for the world championship; Pancho Gonzalez was the world champion but he was involved in a contractual dispute with Kramer and did not participate. He did come over, however, for the tournament at Wembley (listed below). Nevertheless despite being called a "warmup" tour it was a long and interesting one, spanning five continents in the space of six months. (The only populated continent the tour did not reach was South America -- and yet Rosewall, Kramer and Segura, along with Dinny Pails, had recently finished their own tour of that continent in June. So these players really covered the world in '57.) [Edit: there were no tour stops in North America. Kramer held events there, but those were tournaments, not stops on the four-man tour, which formally began in Europe.] Andrew Tas found the vast majority of the results listed below. To those I have added some matches I found recently (for example Dhahran). I will list all the matches chronologically, loosely divided in geographical regions in separate posts. I will add, as I have time, links to articles I've found.