Melbourne - Security around the Australian Open is always tight and if you don't have ID you're not getting in, no matter who you are - as even Roger Federer found out on Saturday.
He might have been coming here for 20 years but the great man was denied access into the players' lounge by a very plucky security guard when he didn't have his accreditation: no pass, no entry.
Jolly Roger typically displayed exemplary manners and resisted giving the impertinent steward the big "Don't you know who I am?" treatment.
Instead, he stood patiently to one side until coach Ivan Ljubicic turned up with his errant ID to allow him to proceed.