...check out this scenario... 2007: I see him winning pretty easily this year, last year he had an insanely tough draw and he only lost one set. Plus he'll be very motivated to get 5 straight and tie Borg's record. 2008: Fed will be possibly even MORE motivated to win so that he can set the new record of 6 straight. He wont want to be "just" tied with Borg. 2009: By this time Fed may have won the French or the Grand Slam already, in 07 or 08, so he will be able to relax a bit and just focus on the Wimbledon record. Also he will be motivated to tie Sampras' # of total Wimbledon wins, and he will know that every win will re-write the record books. Fed wins #7... 2010: Fed will want to add on to the record further and break Petes # of Wimbledon titles. Federer, at 28 will be at his peak. By this time, Federers volleys and net skills will be unreal and he will be motivated to win W by serve and volleying. 2011: Once he has 8 straight, Fed will become consumed by winning 10 straight. Everyone will be badgering him to do it as well. He toughs out his 9th straight knowing that if he gets 10 he will be go down as the UGOAT (Undisputed Greatest of All Time). 2012: Federer, with 9 straight titles, will be unbelievably motivated to win, plus trying to win the Golden Slam as well with the Olympics that year. Fed wins #10 and maybe even the GS and calls it a career at age 30... Im not saying he definitely WILL do this, but its a somewhat decent possibility. Personally I think he will win 7 or 8 straight and then Murray will beat him in a final, but how scary would 10 straight be? I wouldnt mind seeing it.