Most sport aficionados like nothing more than a debate on which team or player is the best. Statistics are studied; skills are rated; results are predicted and then dissected; loyalties are challenged and affirmed. In newspapers and magazines, column inches are filled; TV schedules are peppered with programming; and social media platforms are kept buzzing. For many people, the return of competitive sport as COVID-19 lockdown restrictions are lifted has signaled a welcome return to normality. Billie Jean King, a 39 time Grand Slam title winner, has described sport as a microcosm of society and in the popularity of league tables and awards there is undoubtedly a parallel between sport and investment. Discretionary fund managers and their clients alike are keen to understand where they sit in the league table.