One very small minior point, hardly worth mentioning, but it is something that I noticed and as I have said before people I know, would nether care, much less notice such a detail. So I'm afraid I have to unburden my thoughts upon yourselves (I apologise in advance). But, at the end of Seb's Davis Cup match which he won, he refused to shake hands with the umpire. I know they had a disagreement about a line call, and Seb was very upset about it, but I can't say I have ever seen another player refuse to shake hands with the umpire even if they have had a difference of opinion. He did it last year at the Austrialian Open after the infamous racket throwing incident and as I said before I feel he had every right to do so. But is it just me or was that a little bit ungracious considering that he won the match. I'm not criticising him, it was an important match and feelings were obviously running high. But what with that and the moment he said the 'F" word when he hit the ball into the net I think he was a naughty boy and a spank might be in order!