WIMBLEDON, England -- It has not been a good year for world No. 1 Roger Federer. Think about it: Federer is 51-3 in 2005, he has already won seven titles, including his 20th consecutive final (scary), and comes into
the big W with 29 straight wins on the grass.
So what gives?
After winning three majors in 2004, Federer is 0 for 2 in the majors this year, squandering match point against Marat Safin in the semis in Australia, and melting down against the clay-court animal Rafael Nadal in the semis