In the late 70´s and early 80´s, probably one of the most competitive and rich periods of tennis in history, Vitas was mostly known for two things: his legendary night life...and his amazing speed. Borg said he was just as quick as him or maybe more, and the same said Mc Enroe.He was dazzling quick, with great reflexes and a great reaction, albeit he sometimes looked like he was in slow motion. He had a very nice all round game but lacked the big serve or big groundie that would make the difference against the Borg,Macs or Connors, all of them he defeated many times ( except Borg).He was flashy and brilliant and he had no weakness except for a very suspect second serve and a rather hard to pick FH grip that sometimes affected his timing in that stroke. 1 AO, 1 WCT, 2 IO, 2 Masters Finals, 1 RG Final, 1 USO Final, and a bunch of semis either at WCT Finals, RG,USO and Wimbledon made him a perennial top 5 player between 1977 and 1982. How do you remember this classy, flamboyant new yorker who was outstanding so much in an era loaded with unreal characters?