Wilander was correct, when he said that Fed didn't have cojones to come at the net (which was proven by his own experience in Rome to be effective with Nadal) in the RG final, and he still continues in his stubborn ways, even on grass. ---------- HALLE, Germany (AP) -- Roger Federer won his 38th straight match on grass, edging Richard Gasquet of France 7-6 (7), 6-7 (7), 6-4 Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Gerry Weber Open. "It was very close," Federer said. "It was played on a few points. It was a grass-court match played from the baseline, and that was difficult for me." ---------- Who in the hell forces him to stay there? I don't think Roche advises him so. I mean, that tight a score can be reached much more economically with S-V. Should he continue this way, he may well have a huge surprise at Wimbledon. And that might come sooner, the match with O. Rochus in Halle is being very tight again.