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rimon
Oct 25th, 2011, 01:21 AM
Could someone please post their entire H-2-H?

GeeTee
Oct 25th, 2011, 01:43 AM
Court played Bueno in singles 24 times
Court won 17 (inc 1 walkover)
Bueno won 6
1 final was unfinished and final divided

60 l Bueno 06 36 SF SA Champs
60 d Bueno 75 26 62 QF Australian Champs
61 l Bueno 46 36 SF Italian Champs
62 d Bueno 86 57 64 Italian Champs
62 d Bueno 61 36 62 FI Bristol
62 d Bueno 61 64 FI Essex
62 d Bueno 68 63 64 SF US Champs
63 d Bueno 64 119 FI Essex
63 l Bueno 57 46 FI US Champs
64 d Bueno 57 61 62 FI French Champs
64 - divided 53 Beckenham
64 l Bueno 46 97 35 FI Wimbledon
64 d Bueno 60 16 63 FI Dutch Champs
64 d Bueno 61 64 FI German Champs
65 d Bueno 57 64 52 ret FI Australian Champs
65 d Bueno 61 75 FI Manchester
65 d Bueno 46 63 63 FI Beckenham
65 d Bueno 64 75 FI Wimbledon
66 d Bueno 86 63 FI German Champs
68 l Bueno 57 63 36 FI Essex
68 d Bueno 62 62 FI US National
68 l Bueno 57 62 36 US Open
68 d Bueno 64 75 FI Pacific Coast
69 d Bueno walkover FI Caracas

http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=156313

austinrunner
Oct 25th, 2011, 02:21 AM
http://www.tennisforum.com/showpost.php?p=3050324&postcount=84

alfajeffster
Oct 25th, 2011, 10:52 AM
It's interesting to note that of Bueno 6 wins, only Essex wasn't a major or big tournament.

newmark401
Oct 27th, 2011, 09:16 AM
Court played Bueno in singles 24 times
Court won 17 (inc 1 walkover)
Bueno won 6
1 final was unfinished and final divided

60 l Bueno 06 36 SF SA Champs
60 d Bueno 75 26 62 QF Australian Champs
http://www.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=156313


Is the first one the South African Championships or the South Australian Championships?

Several sources give the score of their match in the 1960 Australian Championships quarter-final as 7-5, 3-6, 6-4.

ugarte
Oct 27th, 2011, 11:44 AM
Hi Newmark
It S In South Australian Championships Sf

Yes I Agree With You The Score Was 7/5-3/6-6/4 For Margaret Smith

alfajeffster
Oct 27th, 2011, 10:30 PM
I always like watching what little video I've seen of these two playing each other. Maria was so flashy and such an unpredictable shotmaker that when she was on, wrong-footed and passed Margaret at the net with ease. And I'll never forget that over-the-shoulder forehand drive after she ran down a lob. I think it was Margaret, but it could've been BJK, can't be sure because I was watching Maria. Even the normally subdued Wimbledon crowd oooed and ahhhed at the shot.