I found this on Roger's site.
" I just read something that could be interesting (from w w w.itcantbetrue.joke).
"ATP hires psychologists to help tennis players who struggle with personal problems. New clinics are already open near Flushing Meadows, 24/7. It will be absolutely free for all players actually in the top 50 who've suffered a least 7 losses since the beginning of the year. They will receive 20 vouchers, each voucher good for a one hour therapy session. All the players are very happy with this new measure and thank the ATP for caring so much about the well-being of their top ranked tennis players, said Rainer Schuettler.
A lot of players not in action anymore in Athens have already booked their first appointment. Among them are Andy Roddick, Tim Henman, Juan Carlos Ferrero. Andre Agassi and Leyton Hewitt said to our reporter that they booked too their first appointment and they'll arrive in New York as soon they lost at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic, eager to talk about their personal problems . Unfortunately, Roger Federer couldn't qualify for this special measure and said : "It's a pity I couldn't make the cut, you know. Having known I would have lost one more tournament. You know, I really need that help provided by the ATP to solve some problemes I have with some teenagers...namely Nadal, Berdych, Edelweiss, ... " Roger Federer suffered terrible defeats this year against those 3 young tennis players we must remember.
Marat Safin, not able to find a psychologist who wanted to work with him, kindly offers his 20 vouchers to Roger Federer.
The ATP is expected to extend this measure to all the players and in 2005, all the ATP players are supposed to win all their matches."