And Roger didnt show disrespect when he donned a shirt citing his current number of major wins immediately after beating Roddick at Wimbledon .
I remember Fed being asked this in a press conference.
QU: You're known as a guy who loves tennis' traditions. One of the big traditions you've never done is climb into the stands to celebrate with your team after a big win. Is there a reason for that?
RF: Yeah, I'm not a fan of it. I don't like it so much. I don't know, maybe -- whatever. (smiling) I just don't. For my opponent I don't think it's what I'd do.
But then everybody, they do what they think is right and what they feel is the way to celebrate, because it is a unique moment when you're deciding to do that. Very often happens in grand slams. Some fans love it; some press love it; I don't know, may be the photographers love it, too.
Overall I've just said I will never do that in my life, and I've stuck to it my whole career.
I guess what he did after he beat Roddick was absolutely fine. That wasn't rubbing Roddick's nose in it.