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Old 12-22-2012, 05:47 AM   #1
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John mcenroe and anyone else....would you agree with this statement?
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John mcenroe and anyone else....would you agree with this statement?
Well the quote is from Peter Fleming, but McEnroe disagrees. I think Fleming and McEnroe could be the greatest. Sure they don't have all of the records but they weren't doubles specialists like a lot of today's teams. 50 titles together (7 slams), including 7 consecutive titles and 14 in one year as well as a Davis Cup record of 14-1 and having an overall record of 351-42.

The Bryan brothers have a win-loss record of 777-247 and 82 titles (12 slams) and a DC record of 20-2.

The Woodies won 61 titles (11 slams) and have a DC record of 10-2.

Going further back Lutz and Smith won 5 slams together and had a DC record of 13-1.
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