Lundgren is a cool guy, he seems to have a very good aura about him. In the way that he can motivate his players and he is not in it solely for himself.
I read somewhere earlier in the thread, that many people expect instant great results, it doesn't work like that all the time, and in a way it's more rewarding that it doesn't happen like that, when the great performances come.
GWH, I see your point and that's the same with people who jump on the bandwagon when things are going well. That is one thing that is definitely not the case here, the Safin fans are very loyal and have to be patient to put up with the enigma that he is.
At the same time it's not easy for some people to be semi-objective as true objectivity is virtually impossible about their favourite players. In an ideal world that would happen, but we know it's not ideal.
Better example when Federer killed Marat in the Hamburg final, there is no way it could be called "oafing".
Kiara, I understand that when it comes to Wimbledon.