I'm very surprised that the Wimbledon organizers would make Henman play his next round match against Federer so soon, since they both just played yesterday. Yes, I know that Monday was a rainout, but I don't think it would be a big deal to put their 2nd round match on tomorrow, as they will still be playing the 2nd round matches tomorrow anyway. I mean Henman had to play a long 5 set match yesterday that went like 3.5 hours, whereas, Federer spent, I think, less than a hour on court yesterday to complete his match. Don't they want to give Henman, their hometown hero, the best possible chance to win against obviously the toughest opponent in the draw by giving Tim a day of rest in between? This scheduling has me a bit dumbfounded. You know that if this was the US Open, and it was the same situation, they would be giving Roddick an extra day of rest. What's your opinion?