After the illustrious career of the great roger federer winds to a close, will federer have the dubious distinction of turning from the greatest of all time to the next great instructor? I have wondered this presumption in my time. On one hand, I can see Roger really stepping up and getting back into the game, perhaps many years after raising his beautiful children. Lets not look past this guy, he loves the game and respects past champions. Roger truly epitomizes the very best in all areas of the game of tennis. Roger is a great role model for todays youth, among others tennis players. Roger is see as a goodwill ambassador and one who wants to see others follow in the right path. Will Federer be the next Brad Gilbert--or will he emerge from the shadows late in life and amend himself to a Jimmy Connors role?