Have you read his autobiography? He's very critical of Toni. I fully expect headlines like 'I always hated tennis' and 'I did it all for Toni' when he retires.
Doesn’t this also mean that he is indeed free from Uncle Toni and quite independent in his own thinking and therefore, should be responsible at least for some of his actions on court good or bad?
Anyway, I have read parts of it, as when it first came out, a lot of posters started posting all the highlights of the book basically everywhere which then created a lot of controversies. That aside, the book has the victim mentality written all over it and doesn’t feel like a genuine and honest effort. I wouldn't want to miss a chance to read books from Johnny Mac or Pete Sampras or Rod Laver or Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl etc. becasue I never doubt their authenticity.
I much prefer that Nadal who took Federer to task and broke him down to pieces.