There is an interview with Pat Rafter on the BBC website where he critisizes clay-court specialists for missing Wimbledon. I would just like to point out that in the early 70s Australian legends like Laver, Rosewall, Newcombe and Roche, would consistently miss the French Open. I can't see Rafter taking a shot at them. Rafter also specifically names Corretja amongst the clay-court specialists. I remember there was a bit of an argument between the two of them. I think it was around the time his compatriot Hewitt was annoying most of the Spaniards and Argentians. Rafter has a reputation for being a nice guy, but he does sometimes use that image to give other players a bad press. For the record, Corretja won the ATP Sportmanship Award twice, so I'm guessing he wasn't all that bad.