Near the end of the Tanner-Borg Wimbledon final, in the final game, the commentator of the particular tv station exclaims that Borg is "serving to become the greatest of all time." This made me laugh. People never change and we never learn from our mistakes. So little perspective, and such short memories. A young player dominates, appears invincible and we are so quick to assume that he'll probably never lose ever again. I can see why many probably felt this way about Borg. He was playing for his fourth consecutive Wimbledon final. Surely, he'll win the US Open and seal the deal, right? Or perhaps he doesn't even have to? The Federer situation should teach us something. He was "the greatest player of all time" just a couple of years ago and now his legacy is in some doubt. Ah, greatness is fleeting. You hear me, Nadal fans? You'll know soon.