Holmes: Now, granted that when under physical and mental pressure, we are all susceptible to fraying moods, but I cannot help but think that we should not take out those moods in such a fashion. Watson: Are you referring to Sir Roddick earlier today? What occured? Holmes: I am indeed. For those that didn't see the match; at a rest period, Roddick was sat down and asked for water. Although not all the words were heard initially, the latter part was. It seemed that the young French ball boy must have gotten confused with Sir Roddick's request, for he didn't give him the water immediately. For some reason, Sir Roddick decided to openly and sarcastically comment something in the line of, "Water... Yes, confusing, isn't it?", with such a look of disdain on his face. Watson: Ah yes, the commentator pointed out at that if the ball boy didn't speak English very well, then he may well have been somewhat confused. Holmes: Indeed. I cannot bare such behaviour. It's a young boy doing his best no doubt, who is probably feeling the pressure far more in his position than Sir Roddick in his. What's more, no effort from Sir Roddick to speak French to the boy. Watson: Well, I have to say that I have come across a few unsavoury comments regarding Sir Roddick in this forum, but have never witnessed anything untoward myself, until today. Holmes: We'll see what Round 2 brings us Watson.