Link to the French article titled "Roger Federer stands against Cheaters" where Federer expresses strong views against time wasting between points : http://www.24heures.ch/federer-eleve-contre-tricheurs-2011-09-02 Google translate with small corrections. (better translation welcome) ------------ Cheaters unpunished As we know, lax arbitral body reacted the venerable members of Wimbledon this summer. They promised loudly to enforce the chapter 'timeout' Code of Conduct to the letter. Was it a deliberate or an announcement effect? Go figure. Apparently, this initiative was not followed, unintended effects. Or, otherwise, they have escaped. For Novak Djokovic continues to bounce the ball eight to ten times before serving and Rafael Nadal still uses the same tricks to irritate his opponents, forced to the heels on the other side of the net. Without mentioning this particular case, Roger Federer regrets the impunity of cheaters and emptiness of the catalog of sanctions. "A warning is not sufficient punishment, he said. That is even a joke. When I sit in front of my TV set and the players use and abuse of over-time, I, like any viewer switch channels . And it hurts me for tennis. Without going overboard and without prejudice sometimes extenuating circumstances, the offense should be punished by a penalty point and a fine no less. Only when touching the wallet of the players will it prove to be a deterrent. "