I agree with him a little, Federer thinks he is above everyone else, the fact is that i don't think he really pushed the prize money increase, it was Hewitt who was endorsing it, Federer looks out for himself that is it, when he was asked about prize money he always refuses to comment. Well we all know Djokovic is all-over the place, he has the personality that always tries to please everyone, and likes the attention. However, so Nadal bumps to everyone and picks his butt in public,
some job has to be done which isn't made through the media, sorry but that's what "real politics" is about : it's not only what's displayed in the public and shouting in front of players on the grandstand, it's also discussing, negotiating, deciding.
And this job, according to all of the slam owners, including the French Tennis Federation (FFT) who spends its time blaming Fed of all crimes for that, Fed was the leader in negotiating with them about that ... which is quite normal by the way as he's the president of the players' council but from what we heard, he worked a lot and treated slam owners not very well if you judge by how the FFT talks about and blames him.
Fed was not the only one by the way, I heard Djokovic also took part. And some players of the players' council of course. Hewitt I heard nothing : that you say that because he said some words in an interview is laughable imo.