Garber: I, for one, do not. While Federer did a nice job getting to the final last year after a dicey start to the 2008 season, who did he beat? Lleyton Hewitt in the fourth round, Mario Ancic in the quarters and Marat Safin in the semifinals. Federer didn't lose a set in those three matches, but this year, rest assured, there will be younger, hungrier opponents waiting for him. Though last year's post-mononucleosis/back struggle was a physical one, you get the sense that Federer is battling himself these days. This hasn't gone unnoticed in the tennis community. It's one thing to lose to Nadal, Djokovic and Murray, but falling in straight sets to Davis Cup doubles partner Stanislas Wawrinka in Monte Carlo does not bode well. I would like to see him get to that Wimbledon final as much as anyone, but I'm not feeling it. I'm not sure Roger is feeling it.
This is a discussion between two commentators who have always been right in the past (right about being wrong that is).