Rosewall Won

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Rod Laver - Career - Professional Career - Before The Open Era
... the leading professional players such as Ken Rosewall, Lew Hoad and Andrés Gimeno, and also Pancho Gonzales when Gonzales returned to a full–time schedule in 1964 ... During the next seven years, Laver won the U.S ... half of 1963, Laver was beaten consistently by both Rosewall and Hoad ...
Ken Rosewall - Open-closed Career: April 1968 Through July 1972 - 1970
... considered this tournament as the unofficial Australian Open with Laver dominating Rosewall in five sets ... This time a rested Rosewall reached the final and took the young Newcombe, his 9 and a half-year-old junior, to 5 sets but ultimately succumbed 5–7, 6–3, 6–2, 3–6, 6–1 ... Grand Slams with all the best players, Rosewall took revenge in their semifinal match in three straight sets before overcoming Tony Roche in the final 2–6, 6–4, 7–6, 6–3 ...
Ken Rosewall - Amateur Career: 1950 Through 1956
... At the age of 15 and still a junior player, Rosewall reached the semifinals of the 1950 New South Wales Metropolitan Championships (not to be confused ... The following year, he won his first men's tournament in Manly ... In 1952, still only 17, Rosewall reached the quarterfinals of the U.S ...

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