Ok look at the grandslam career of philippousis, he had only early round losses on all slams.and Roddick is much more of a typical fast hc player, he isnt a classicgrass courter. The last classic grass courters died in 1998-2003. Sampras, ivanisevic, rafter, henman, etc.
Don't you have any awareness whatosever that you're not seeing facts as facts, but rather twisting them whichever way suits your previously decided agenda. It often leads to mind-boggling contradictions in your own arguments.
To tackle just the surface of this last bit: why don't you
look at Scud's slam record. He was usually losing to Sampras in Wimbledon, once Agassi IIRC. He has another final, USO I believe. How is that an argument in your favor, even disregarding the fact that we should really look at the performance of the player in the given final, not just their track record. The simple fact is that he was no pushover as Federer's opponent for the first slam. If Federer was worse in blocking those huge serves, he could easily have lost. But he's not, he was very good at it until a few years ago. Either way, there isn't a shred of a doubt Scud is a more formidable opponent for a first slam than Puerta.
As for Roddick, how is it even relevant whether we'll define him as typical grass or HC player? Why on earth do you think that makes your case in any way at all? Are you going to argue Nadal is more of a typical grasscourter than Roddick? If not, where does that leave your argument? What does the undeniable slow death of grasscourt tennis have to do with any of this? Federer himself stopped playing typical grasscourt tennis soon after that 2001 classic with Sampras, so why does it matter if his opposition did too.
You're so intent on diminishing anything Federer-related and glorfiying anything Nadal-related that viewing things in their full spectrum is simply not an option. Like I said, you have an agenda, and the facts will be twisted to suit it no matter what. Let me ask you just one thing, if Roddick is such a pushover, why was a well-past-his-prime Duck still able to beat prime Nadal? I'm genuinely curious how you intend to wiggle out of that one.