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If you were Federer's coach ...

BackhandMissile
02-01-2009, 03:11 PM
There has been a bit of talk about Federer's style of playing against Nadal and some suggestions that he should make changes.

The question is, what changes would you suggest? If you were his coach, what gameplan would you give him?

Wimbledon and todays final were both so close (except the last set) that I don't think we can write off Federer's game and say it isn't the right one to beat Nadal, because he's come pretty close to doing it (not counting Roland Garros).

TheMightyFed
02-01-2009, 04:04 PM
Alternate backcourt aggression in the "Monfils in Doha" style, and serve-and-volley to disrupt his rythm. And stay focus to avoid any beakdown in the FH/BH/serve compartment...

SheepleBuster
02-01-2009, 04:36 PM
Roger is too proud to listen to anybody. He doesn't change his tactics. He should use a Samprasesque tactic. Focus on your own games and go for broke on the opponents. Unfortunately, Roger creating 20 BP and winning only 5 of them usually means that he loses to Nadal.

Tommy fan
02-01-2009, 04:39 PM
I think he played the right game today, only he had to many DF's, and in the 5th set he had many errors, in the rest of the match he played the right tactic.

marcRD
02-01-2009, 05:02 PM
I think Federer needs a coach who can teach him to attack Nadals weak 2nd serves, not by running around with his forehand. It is hard with a one handed backhand but I think he can get alot better doing this, maybe not like Murray or Nalbandian but right now he is horrible in returning these weak 2nd serves. He should also hit more flat forehands, go for the kill alot more than he is doing now. About the volleys, I dont know if that is the right way to beat Nadal but the only way you can volley if you are going to volley against Nadal are short volleys.

Dropshot should also be important against Nadal, specialy on clay I think Fed should drop shot like hell, like Starace did last year against Nadal. But who cares about clay? Nadal is unbeatable there, end of discussion.

Dougie
02-01-2009, 05:14 PM
I think today the problem was not his tactic. He was doing some right things, but because his level dropped, he wasn´t able to execute his tactic the whole match. If his serve would have worked better, I´m sure he would have serve&volleyed a bit more. I think he takes Nadal´s shots very well and hits the rising ball, something that is really not that easy. I think that´s the right tactic for him, although he could use the slice just a little more, beacuse Nadal seemed to be having problems with it, when he used it.
But overall, the problem was not tactical, it was more that his level dropped so much. He made some stupid errors (like df´s) at the crucial moments, and he has obviously developed some kind of a mental block when playing against Nadal, because I can´t imagine him getting so nervous against anyone else. He started off playing with confidence, but in the end it looked like he didn´t REALLY believe he could do it.

Kworb
02-01-2009, 05:40 PM
He should play like Graf against Nadal. Slice a lot more with the backhand.

Commander Data
02-01-2009, 05:45 PM
He should use a Samprasesque tactic. Focus on your own games and go for broke on the opponents.

:worship::worship::worship:

adee-gee
02-01-2009, 06:41 PM
I'd tell Rogi that it's not about the winning, it's about the taking part. Maybe he wouldn't blub like a little fairy afterwards if he goes into the match with this line of thinking.

Sometimes you just have to accept you're not good enough :shrug:

Lopez
02-01-2009, 06:52 PM
The slice to Nadal's backhand was effective today, he should use it more. I'm not whether it's a pride thing (my BH doesn't suck FFS :lol:) or something else, but he really should slice it more to Nadal's backhand. To the forehand the slice is not that effective however.

DustMan
02-01-2009, 07:00 PM
i think he would've won if he was able to serve like he did throughout the tournament. It was atrocious how many he was missing.

DustMan
02-01-2009, 07:05 PM
i totally posted that in the wrong thread, oh well

Allez-Ollie
02-01-2009, 07:26 PM
I would make him develop a two-handed backhand to deal with Nadal's crappy moonballs.
Seriously, I would make Roger work on his backhand down the line ala Youzhny. Watch how the Russian can open up the court with ease with that one shot. Federer can hit that shot, it's in his arsenal but for some reason he prefers to just keep going crosscourt all the time.
I would stress the need for a high percentage of 1st serves, I mean 37% in the 2nd set and he won it! He needs to serve strong from beginning to end so that he gets plenty of cheap points.
I would hire Gill Rhys, Agassi's former fitness coach to take Roger's body to another level. He can get fitter and stronger, no question. This will also give him more confidence in those nerve jangling final sets to really let it rip. Then he can blubber with joy when he stuffs Nadal.

Commander Data
02-01-2009, 07:56 PM
I would make him develop a two-handed backhand to deal with Nadal's crappy moonballs.
Seriously, I would make Roger work on his backhand down the line ala Youzhny. Watch how the Russian can open up the court with ease with that one shot. Federer can hit that shot, it's in his arsenal but for some reason he prefers to just keep going crosscourt all the time.
I would stress the need for a high percentage of 1st serves, I mean 37% in the 2nd set and he won it! He needs to serve strong from beginning to end so that he gets plenty of cheap points.
I would hire Gill Rhys, Agassi's former fitness coach to take Roger's body to another level. He can get fitter and stronger, no question. This will also give him more confidence in those nerve jangling final sets to really let it rip. Then he can blubber with joy when he stuffs Nadal.

I think that are some reasonable suggetsions as well.

maybe Fed should hire us to coach him? we would push him to his well deserved GOAT status ;-)

Commander Data
02-01-2009, 08:16 PM
I would try to change Rogers Mindset. He plays like the hunted. He must play like the hunter again. I miss the killer instinct. he should see himself as the underdog that tries everything to win. Fed should play as if he has nothing to lose. He plays like the grand master who is scared to lose.

Serenidad
02-01-2009, 09:37 PM
Honestly. He had chances. He had A LOT of chances to win that third set and after I saw all those missed BPs, I said whoever wins the 3rd wins the match. It isn't like he got blown out like at the French. He had numerous chances in the third, had a few looks in the 5th. He wasn't by and large outplayed today.

There isn't anything to really change except if he suddenly altered his BH technique to be more flawless. Sure, his serve didn't show up today that was a bit of chance. Nothing you can really do about a poor serving day except try to win anyway, doesn't mean he needs a new serve. He lost this match like all of the others mainly on the BH side. I don't know why this keeps coming up.

Fred was desperate today and even tried to push and retrieve at one point.

ugotlobbed
02-01-2009, 10:43 PM
come up to volley on all those gets that nadal makes, federer waits for the damn slices to bounce at the back of the court and let nadal get back into the point, instead finish the damn points at the net even if he can make some crazy passes occasionally, u gotta take ur chances, when federer won the matches they played, he volleyed more often than he did when he lost, and get a damn 2 hander, his 1hbh is wayy to unstable, and be more patient

GlennMirnyi
02-01-2009, 10:47 PM
I'd never be a coach of such a pansy.

This is men's tennis, not WTA.

ugotlobbed
02-01-2009, 10:54 PM
federer stop crying and get a damn 2 handed backhand

lurker
02-01-2009, 10:59 PM
The guys who can beat or hang tough with Nadal on the hardcourts have awesome deep two handed backhands and great defensive skills, or just a wail of a forehand or return game.

Fed can't really hit a reliable topspin (ie, aggresssive) backhand with one hand when the ball bounces so high, so I agree with whoever said he should work on a better defensive slice a la Graf. Just to keep him in the points, and work his opponent around the court until he can run around and wail on that forehand. The other guys on tour with two handed backhands have an easier time getting Nadal off the court on his backhand side and slam one to his forehand quite a bit.

Now, if he is to use the slice to work his opponent around the court, he needs to be fitter to stay in the rally and have more patience. As he ages, fitness will be key. Do you really think Gil Reyes would help Fed, since Fed was instrumental in dashing Agassi's hopes of that final US Open crown? :lol:

SaFed2005
02-01-2009, 11:11 PM
I would try to change Rogers Mindset. He plays like the hunted. He must play like the hunter again. I miss the killer instinct. he should see himself as the underdog that tries everything to win. Fed should play as if he has nothing to lose. He plays like the grand master who is scared to lose.

thats a good point

rogeragassi
02-02-2009, 12:21 AM
McEnroe said it perfectly...he has to take big rips at Nadal's second serve and consistently run around the backhand on the deuce side return. Once Nadal gets the lead in the point, its over. Sampras style return games, like someone else said.

Also, just be more aggressive overall..really take it to Nadal, come in alot to keep the pressure on Nadal. If you lose, lose being the one firing.

And get physically stronger, like Agassi. It's clear that Federer can still beat Nadal if he plays well (including serve) and makes a few adjustments.

morningglory
02-02-2009, 12:35 AM
get that BH back to where it once was... snapping and whiplashing, not this tentative slicing shit off 2nd serves that arent fast at all, and run around the FH if there's a high loopy shot to your BH because one-handers have trouble dealing with those.

Crazy Girl
02-05-2009, 09:35 PM
I'd never be a coach of such a pansy.

This is men's tennis, not WTA.:cuckoo::cuckoo::cuckoo:you're a pansy. wta is closed to you.

finishingmove
02-05-2009, 09:39 PM
I'd never be a coach of such a pansy.

This is men's tennis, not WTA.

i agree with this post

FedFan_2007
02-05-2009, 10:52 PM
I would try to change Rogers Mindset. He plays like the hunted. He must play like the hunter again. I miss the killer instinct. he should see himself as the underdog that tries everything to win. Fed should play as if he has nothing to lose. He plays like the grand master who is scared to lose.

Unfortunately he is too proud to accept that Nadal is the "top dog" and that he is one of the hunters again like back in 2003. He views this development as a "step back" or "regression", and can't accept it yet, if ever.

FedFan_2007
02-05-2009, 10:53 PM
McEnroe said it perfectly...he has to take big rips at Nadal's second serve and consistently run around the backhand on the deuce side return. Once Nadal gets the lead in the point, its over. Sampras style return games, like someone else said.

Also, just be more aggressive overall..really take it to Nadal, come in alot to keep the pressure on Nadal. If you lose, lose being the one firing.

And get physically stronger, like Agassi. It's clear that Federer can still beat Nadal if he plays well (including serve) and makes a few adjustments.

It doesn't look like Federer subscribes to weight-training at all. I hear he only does rubber-bands and footwork drills.

r2473
02-05-2009, 10:55 PM
Play big on the big points (i.e. convert more break chances).

It is always (often) only a few points that separate the two no matter who wins.

FedFan_2007
02-05-2009, 10:58 PM
Play big on the big points (i.e. convert more break chances).

It is always (often) only a few points that separate the two no matter who wins.

Not at 2008 Roland Garros final :eek:

Beforehand
02-06-2009, 12:25 AM
That 2008 RG final was odd. He got break points by approaching like crazy and hitting drop volleys to the Nadal backhand like an animal, and then....lost 8 or 9 straight games.

FedFan_2007
02-06-2009, 12:27 AM
That 2008 RG final was odd. He got break points by approaching like crazy and hitting drop volleys to the Nadal backhand like an animal, and then....lost 8 or 9 straight games.

Was that the 3-3 game that Roger had break points? Well crap, Nadal saved them and won 9 straight games to finish the match. :o

Serenidad
02-06-2009, 08:02 AM
The guys who can beat or hang tough with Nadal on the hardcourts have awesome deep two handed backhands and great defensive skills, or just a wail of a forehand or return game.

Fed can't really hit a reliable topspin (ie, aggresssive) backhand with one hand when the ball bounces so high, so I agree with whoever said he should work on a better defensive slice a la Graf. Just to keep him in the points, and work his opponent around the court until he can run around and wail on that forehand. The other guys on tour with two handed backhands have an easier time getting Nadal off the court on his backhand side and slam one to his forehand quite a bit.

Now, if he is to use the slice to work his opponent around the court, he needs to be fitter to stay in the rally and have more patience. As he ages, fitness will be key. Do you really think Gil Reyes would help Fed, since Fed was instrumental in dashing Agassi's hopes of that final US Open crown? :lol:

In this day and age he would have to find a court that can take his slice well enough for Nadal not to just dominate off the slice. Many courts won't bite enough consistently to trouble the racquet head speed and arm strength of Nadal. A slice would only get him into even more trouble as Nadal would have opportunies to dictate the rally. There is really nothing he can do. His BH technique isn't going to change in his career drastically enough to worry Nadal. Like I said it isn't like he is getting blown out off clay. It's five set matches and honestly the AO, in my eyes, came down to the 5th set so he has chances.

leng jai
02-06-2009, 08:21 AM
Hit more aces. Hit more forehand winners. Hit more backhand winners. Hit less unforced errors. Its not rocket science Fedmug.

Tankman
02-06-2009, 08:27 AM
It's not.

It's just that his brain can't make the required connections right now :o :lol:

LinkMage
02-06-2009, 08:51 AM
Hit his slice backhand like he does against everyone else. When he plays Nadull for some reason he starts using his shit topspin BH all the fucking time. It drives me crazy. :o

Igaarg
02-06-2009, 03:17 PM
Hit his slice backhand like he does against everyone else. When he plays Nadull for some reason he starts using his shit topspin BH all the fucking time. It drives me crazy. :o

True

MacTheKnife
02-06-2009, 03:26 PM
Originally Posted by LinkMage
Hit his slice backhand like he does against everyone else. When he plays Nadull for some reason he starts using his shit topspin BH all the fucking time. It drives me crazy.

Step around the back hand and smoke some of those short 2nd serves. And for God sakes throw in a serve and volley every now and then. MIX IT UP AND BREAK UP THE RYTHYM.

casabe
02-06-2009, 04:25 PM
roger....start playing tennis from 0 with your left hand

Erica86
02-06-2009, 04:27 PM
... I would make him peel some onions so that he could not cry any more at the end of the match with Nadal.

star
02-06-2009, 06:23 PM
get that BH back to where it once was... snapping and whiplashing, not this tentative slicing shit off 2nd serves that arent fast at all, and run around the FH if there's a high loopy shot to your BH because one-handers have trouble dealing with those.

Yeah. See, that's not such a great idea against Nadal. Ball comes to Federer's backhand; he runs around his backhand to hit a forehand; likely because of positioning that shot will go crosscourt to Nadal's forehand where, Nadal has the choice of sending it down the line making Federer run ferociously to a forehand or he hits behind Federer as Federer is moving to defend on his forehand side. Now, maybe that shot doesn't win the point, but Federer is on the defensive and scrambling. Nadal is in control of the point. Now let's say Federer can hit the forehand down the line. Nadal defends with his backhand which he can blister cross court. Again, Federer is on the run and a bit out of position. And it's not like those "high loopy" shots are powder puffs. They have a viscious heavy spin.

That's how I see that strategy. I think Federer has seen this senario play out against Nadal enough to know what he's doing.

Federer is no dummy. He knows his game and he knows Nadal's game better than any of us.

I would be interested to see the outcome if Federer commited to rushing the net consistently. He's have to give up the idea of winning and commit to do it just as an experiement. I don't know if he can do that -- particularly not when they are meeting in finals. Maybe at a masters tournament.

yavore
02-06-2009, 06:33 PM
I'd kick his hairy ass on a hourly basis:smash:

Tankman
02-07-2009, 04:39 AM
Hit his slice backhand like he does against everyone else. When he plays Nadull for some reason he starts using his shit topspin BH all the fucking time. It drives me crazy. :o

Well yeah

I'm glad to see a nice, reasonable post (relatively speaking :p) for once LM :cool:

andylovesaustin
02-07-2009, 12:22 PM
I think Roger needs a coach to get another perspective. I think Roger is too close to the situation, and has actually had success for a long-time without one.

But now, he just needs another opinion--some new ideas. I don't understand why Roger is against having a coach. It seems most player have coaches, right?

I just think he needs to find someone compatable with his personality... somebody who can "tweek" his game, but not try to change it completely. I also think he needs somebody to help him "look" at things from another perspective.. mentally--not to say that Roger is necessarily weak mentally. But since we are talking his matches against Nadal primarily, I just think Roger needs another approach.

Now, the big question would be: who would be a good match for Roger.

How about Boris Becker? I love Boris! LOL Or Andre.. love him.

Someone mentioned Paul Annicone(sp) in another thread.. Pete's former coach, but I am not sure he would necessarily be keen on helping Roger beat Pete's record.

miura
02-07-2009, 12:29 PM
I would suggest to Roger that he change to a flat two-hand backhand, starts hitting his forehand like Gasquet and under no circumstances approaches the net unless forced by a drop shot. He should also focus on his speed at the baseline and instead of hitting the winners/UF's just push the balls back like Simon, waiting for the player on the other end to grind to a halt. He should terminate his Nike contract and make his own brand consisting of clothing like Nadal's pirate pants, Del Potro's old woman-like bandana (W 2007) and a really juicy colorfull sleeveless shirt, as tight as possible. And for his off-court routines he should start sounding more like a not so very well-spoken german. "Ich will ze match play und try my best, ja..?"

andylovesaustin
02-07-2009, 12:33 PM
He should terminate his Nike contract and make his own brand consisting of clothing like Nadal's pirate pants, Del Potro's old woman-like bandana (W 2007) and a really juicy colorfull sleeveless shirt, as tight as possible. And for his off-court routines he should start sounding more like a not so very well-spoken german. "Ich will ze match play und try my best.. ya?"

:haha:

blknoc
02-07-2009, 03:59 PM
Federer's problem against Nadal is that he plays careful tennis on break points instead of being aggressive. People seem to forget that he plays pretty passively on break points against other top ranked players (ie he usually plays that short, no pace backhand slice to get the point started) as well. However, Nadal is one of the few players that makes him pay for playing defensive or passive tennis on break points. Someone needs to drum into his head that he needs to attack consistently on breakpoints whether or not he misses.

morningglory
02-07-2009, 04:23 PM
Yeah. See, that's not such a great idea against Nadal. Ball comes to Federer's backhand; he runs around his backhand to hit a forehand; likely because of positioning that shot will go crosscourt to Nadal's forehand where, Nadal has the choice of sending it down the line making Federer run ferociously to a forehand or he hits behind Federer as Federer is moving to defend on his forehand side. Now, maybe that shot doesn't win the point, but Federer is on the defensive and scrambling. Nadal is in control of the point. Now let's say Federer can hit the forehand down the line. Nadal defends with his backhand which he can blister cross court. Again, Federer is on the run and a bit out of position. And it's not like those "high loopy" shots are powder puffs. They have a viscious heavy spin.

That's how I see that strategy. I think Federer has seen this senario play out against Nadal enough to know what he's doing.

Federer is no dummy. He knows his game and he knows Nadal's game better than any of us.

I would be interested to see the outcome if Federer commited to rushing the net consistently. He's have to give up the idea of winning and commit to do it just as an experiement. I don't know if he can do that -- particularly not when they are meeting in finals. Maybe at a masters tournament.

Not rlly I think if Federer hits it DTL (with enough ferocity) I dont think Nadal can "blister" it back with his BH (his slightly weaker wing) of course he could send it back but I think Federer would have a chance to continue attacking from there. Of course if Fed hits it CC (depending on the angle) it might not be so easy for Nadal to hit it DTL with enough pace (Too little on that ball and Federer can easily get there and hit one of his fierce running FH CC's which we see from time to time. Point is if Nadal's plan is to pick on his BH, then dont comply! At least make that task difficult for him.

Rushing the net however :unsure: against a monster retriever like Nadal, you better hope your approach shot is really really good (and even then Nadal might still pass you, being the beast he is) I think Federer can try it, but not in a Master's series final (those are considered big tournies) maybe an MM tourny that they happen to both enter and would have no impact on his confidence.

HattonWBA
02-07-2009, 05:40 PM
He does not need a coach in my opinion, what can he work on. Nothing, it is all mental at the moment to be honest

Tankman
02-07-2009, 06:13 PM
Which is exactly why he needs a coach :p

Or a therapist at least :o :lol:

Because that is what they do - fix minds which are out of joint

Federerhingis
02-07-2009, 06:14 PM
:haha:

I know you've got to laugh at least the last sentence was funny. :tape: :lol: :o

Federerhingis
02-07-2009, 06:18 PM
Which is exactly why he needs a coach :p

Or a therapist at least :o :lol:

Because that is what they do - fix minds which are out of joint

Not really fix, more like suggest or coach on how to improve the mental outset or ouput or way of thinking. ;)

I do agree some constructive, professional, well proven outside advice cannot hurt. :p

Tankman
02-07-2009, 06:59 PM
Not really fix, more like suggest or coach on how to improve the mental outset or ouput or way of thinking. ;)

I do agree some constructive, professional, well proven outside advice cannot hurt. :p

Yeah. Like I said - he needs a coach :p

(of course one who's purpose in life is to tell Federer to stop whining, stop being a wuss, get over himself, stop being so stubborn, and be open to change :p :lol:)

star
02-07-2009, 07:17 PM
Yeah. Like I said - he needs a coach :p

(of course one who's purpose in life is to tell Federer to stop whining, stop being a wuss, get over himself, stop being so stubborn, and be open to change :p :lol:)

and pack hankies. :)

Tankman
02-07-2009, 07:45 PM
and pack hankies. :)

that too :lol:

maybe a little foundation and some mascara to hide the red eyes too :o :lol: :rolls:

sorry FedFans if I'm being a bit harsh on your hero. Please tell me if I'm going overboard here.

fred perry
02-07-2009, 09:11 PM
I would encourage Roger to pray more so that he draws Djokovic instead of Murray in grand slam semis. his odds of winning go way way up. :wavey:

star
02-07-2009, 09:17 PM
that too :lol:

maybe a little foundation and some mascara to hide the red eyes too :o :lol: :rolls:

sorry FedFans if I'm being a bit harsh on your hero. Please tell me if I'm going overboard here.

Just a little.

Because as any girl will tell you, you shouldn't go near teary eyes with mascara.

Tankman
02-07-2009, 09:26 PM
ok

no mascara then :p

but I'm sure you girls can recommend him a lot of things. And knowing Fed, I'd think he'd accept your ideas :yeah:

Mint Chip
04-03-2009, 09:26 PM
Everything,mind body and soul :cool:
I'm tired of him losing to mugs that need a beatdown :worship:

finishingmove
04-03-2009, 09:38 PM
http://www.yogalifestyle.com/images/POJCYogaMomFront.jpg

nkhera1
04-03-2009, 09:59 PM
:haha::haha:

To be honest, I would focus most on fitness. I know that he doesn't get tired even in 5 setters and you can't say he has never been fit enough but the tour has been taken to a new extreme with Nadal. Murray, Roddick, and Verdasco have all started doing better since getting fitter. Plus improved fitness can help Federer with his footwork which is the key to his strokes and volleys.

sigmagirl91
04-03-2009, 10:04 PM
First, let's work on the grammar. "You was" is not correct.

r2473
04-03-2009, 10:23 PM
R2473 as the coach of Roger Federer. Day 1.

R2473: OK Fed, you have a pretty good game. We just need to teach you to win ugly.

Federer: Excuse me R2473. What does that mean.

R2473: Let's hit a few balls off the ball machine and I will show you.

****Federer hits several balls off the machine. R2473 thinks to himself, "$hit! I have never seen anyone hit like that before".

R2473: Beautiful Fed. And that is your problem. It is too pretty. Here let me show you.

******R2473 proceeds to hit the ugliest strokes you have ever seen. About 50% hit the back fence and 50% hit the middle of the net*******

R2473: See Fed. Like that. You got it?

Federer: Yes. I got it R2473. Hey, I think that is enough for today. Let's pick up here tomorrow. I think you are on to something.

R2473 as the coach of Roger Federer. Day 2.

R2473: Hey, let go of me. I am Federer's coach.

Police: Come with us R2473. We have a soft bed waiting for you. Your mom will be there. It will be OK..............

Mint Chip
04-03-2009, 10:34 PM
:haha: :haha: yes the title should have were not was.Typing mistake don't kill me :lol:

Mr. Oracle
04-03-2009, 11:08 PM
If you WAS the coach of Federer homeboy?
:haha::haha:

case
04-03-2009, 11:10 PM
:haha: :haha: yes the title should have were not was.Typing mistake don't kill me :lol:

not typing mistakes wont kill you , but making funny comments about fed on mtf will. these mods have no sense of humor

ORGASMATRON
04-04-2009, 03:16 AM
R2473 as the coach of Roger Federer. Day 1.

R2473: OK Fed, you have a pretty good game. We just need to teach you to win ugly.

Federer: Excuse me R2473. What does that mean.

R2473: Let's hit a few balls off the ball machine and I will show you.

****Federer hits several balls off the machine. R2473 thinks to himself, "$hit! I have never seen anyone hit like that before".

R2473: Beautiful Fed. And that is your problem. It is too pretty. Here let me show you.

******R2473 proceeds to hit the ugliest strokes you have ever seen. About 50% hit the back fence and 50% hit the middle of the net*******

R2473: See Fed. Like that. You got it?

Federer: Yes. I got it R2473. Hey, I think that is enough for today. Let's pick up here tomorrow. I think you are on to something.

R2473 as the coach of Roger Federer. Day 2.

R2473: Hey, let go of me. I am Federer's coach.

Police: Come with us R2473. We have a soft bed waiting for you. Your mom will be there. It will be OK..............

I hate to admit it but you have a point. The racquet throwing was pretty ugly though dont you think coach?