Has anyone else read Cach's autobiography? A rather odd book in some ways, but I was very interested and read it rather quickly. I remembered there being some players upset when the book came out, and now I see why. He lets just everybody have it, from Mac to Newk to even Claudia Kohde Kilsch and the entire country of Austria. The book is just so negative and there's always an excuse for everything it seems. I can't count the number of times that he uses the word "betrayed" in the book. Now I'm not saying that he's lying about anything. It's just that he's a Wimbledon champion and lucky to have had the chances that he has. Though I don't get the feeling that he fully appreciates that. Maybe I'm wrong. But that's the impression I was left with. Anyone else who has read that book have any thoughts? Especially on the accusations he makes against his coach, Ian Barclay, John Newcombe, Paul McNamee, Mark Phillipousis, and Greg Rusedski?