It wasn't the most exciting of games, Nadal was playing a fairly unchanging style thinking if he played "big" all the time he would beat Federer - if Lendl had coached Nadal he would have wiped the floor with Federer, Federer wasn't at his most athletic and was letting difficult shots go.
Between the two of them it was a fairly balanced and very long match going right to the end with numerous games going to deuce. In the very end Nadal's nerves went on some games as did Federer's to a lesser extent.
I did laugh at one tactic Federer was playing, if Nadal won a point, Federer would set up another match with almost identical play except the roles were reversed.
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