Every Wimbledon, Pat Cash manages to slip in the fact that in the US Open semi-final against Lendl he served what he thought was an ace, but which was called out. I don't entirely blame Cash because the British commentators always ask "So Pat, have you ever been in a match where a bad line-call has robbed you of a win?" even though they know what his answer is going to be. It's usually followed by Cash saying something like "that ace would have given me another match point, which I think I would have taken". For the record, that was possibly the most anti-Lendl crowd I have ever seen at the US Open. They were even booing when he was giving his on-court interview. The funny thing is that even though it was probably amongst the most devastating losses of Cash's career, it's quite an insignificant win in Lendl's considering the fact he was destroyed by McEnroe in the final. What do people here think of Pat Cash? I quite like his commentating compared to the others (the standards are pretty low) even though his only tactical advice is "he needs to get into the net more". He was definately a talented player. He beat all the best players in big matches (apart from Becker, I think). People always say he would have won more tournaments if it wasn't for injuries. Maybe, but it's quite a dubious statement considering his record when he was fit (17 matches lost during 1987). For me, he's not in the top-tier of Lendl, Becker, Edberg and Wilander (despite his wins over them). I'd put him in the same league as Mecir, very talented, but inconsistent. Capable of beating anyone on their day. I don't think he was as complete or as unique as Mecir, but he was probably mentally tougher.