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WORLD'S STARS. j
According to Wallis Myers.
TOO MUCH PLAY.'
LONDON, Tuesday.-Mr. Walli« Myers, writing in the "Daily Telegraph," ranks the world's best tennis paylers as fol lowsîï-Vines (U.S.A.), Cochet, A Borotra (France), Allison, Butter (America), Pronn, Percy von Cramm (Germany), Austin (England) and Crawford (AuBt.).
He rate« thc women ns follows:-Mrs. Helen Wills Moody. Miss Helen Jacobs (U.S.A.), Madame Mathieu (France), Mlle. I'nyot (Switzerland), Fraulein Krahwinkel (Germany), Miss M. Hceley and Mrs. Whittingstall (Britain), Fraulein Gorm (Germany), Miss Stammers (England), and Mlle. Sigart (Belgium).
He says Crawford, like Perry, exposed himself to defeat by staleness. He de clares that nearly every young player to day plays too much. ,
There arc moro players in Vines' class to-day than there were-in Tilden s class six ycarB ago, which does not necessarily mean that the standard o£ play among the elect has been raised. ,
Borotra remains the greatest moten player in the world.