I am not in any way trying to demean the efforts of Borg. He was a great champion but i think that the facts show that he benefitted from poor draws and one dimensional baseliners in particular during his triumphs at Wimbledon. I am taking nothing away from his French Open crowns but he clearly would not have won as many Wimbledon crowns if he had a a stronger field to contend with on grass. He first beat Nastatse, who as talented as he was had no mental strength. He later beat Connors, who pushed him to 5 sets and then went down in three. But Connors was not a typical grass court player who always struggled with Borg on non hardcourt surfaces. Then Borg had Tanner, who was the Roddick of the 70's and finally when a true grass court player arrived, called Mcrenroe, Borg was pushed to 5 sets and then lost the following year to Mcenroe signalling the end of his time. If Borg had played in an era with Becker, Edberg, Stich, or Cash he would not have achieved 5 straight Wimbledon crowns. Borg often struggled in his way to the final and was often 2 sets to 1 down against a whole host of players in 1st or 2nd rounds and frequently played 5 sets early on and in 3 of his 5 Wimbledon finals. Any thoughts?