Not going to comment about the list's accuracy as it's YOUR list but you know a lot more about the history of the sport than me. Anyways, props for the effort. I wonder where you find the time to actually play tennis. You should become a tennis historian or sth. Call ESPN and tell them you can replace McEnroe.
If I train 3 hours a day and sleep 10 hours a day, I still have 11 hours to do stuff
After my career is when I plan to be a commentator, maybe open up the academy.
It is funny, in real life, whenever I talk to older teaching pros about tennis, like grips and gamestyles, 1 vs. 2 hand backhands, how to string, how to teach, etc., they always dismiss me as if I don't know what I'm talking about
Are they afraid of me taking their business? Are they discriminating against me due to my mixed race appearance? Due to my young age? It is funny, the same things I am saying now and getting dismissed, are the same things I am going to be saying in 5 years, when my ranking will be significantly higher, and the same people who were blowing me off will say: "Oh, what a great idea!"
Funny how life works this way, eh?