Think about it. Federer's 5 in a row Wimbledon streak ended against his main rival Nadal, at the final, in a match for the ages. His 5 in a row at USO ended against a very talented youngster, again in the final, and again in an epic match. I think that's something. In both cases, he made his last stand at the final, fought for his throne at that very throne. And in both he went down with a fight, made his opponent give a great effort. Despite all the negative talk about him after every one of his losses, he proves time after time: He belongs to the biggest stages in tennis; win or lose, he's there at the last hurdle. I think that's great, and I think he should be proud.