To me, it felt like this match happened at a crossroads—before Federer's domination and before Roddick developed a fear of him so it felt different. Roddick was so good the first half of this match and he looked like he was going to be Wimbledon champion. I do think after this he was only as good as his results but I did feel he played his best level in 2003 summer and 2004, and much higher than anything that came after.It was far more than that. Roddick just had no idea what Federer was all about so he could play fearless for a bit. A champion always sees through his peers and establish is own authority and Federer did just that at that time. Roddick - as solid as he was, at the end of the day, he was only as good as his results.