Honestly, as much as I love and admire Federer, there is one irredeemable act of which he can never be forgiven as far as I am concerned: The fact he defeated Djokovic at RG 2011. Like most Federer fans, I was cheering for Djokovic because I knew what would happen if Federer somehow ended that streak and made the final. At any other tournament, Federer might have had a sliver of hope, but a 32 year old years past his prime against the greatest mud player ever until Djokovic--it wasn't going to happen. Had Djokovic won that match, he would have gone on to end the Nadal reign and expose it for what it really was: a dearth of clay court players post-Kuerten. Nadal likely would have withdrawn for the rest of the year or perhaps retired due to despondency and we could have been saved innumerable boring Nadal vs. Djokovic encounters. All Federer would have had to do is pick a different serve and Djokovic wouldn't have "got lucky" like he did at the USO. Federer would have prevented Djokovic from completing the calendar slam, salvaging his GOAT legacy while Djokovic would have vanquished the encroaching Nadal. I don't think I can forgive Federer for undermining his own legacy. I guess he possesses a fault common to a lot of struggling business owners: the inability to delegate. He should have delegated to Djokovic on that shadowy June day. Division of labour should have been observed; sit back and let the Nadal-dispenser do what he does best.