Well I watched the whole match so if you want more details ask away. It was on-serve in the first set. Ferrer consistent from the baseline, but Nadlbandian hitting through him to bring up break points which Ferrer was able to defend. Nadlbandian was serving at 3-4 and couldn't find a first serve. He was down 15-40 and hit backhand DTL long, he was simply trying to do too much with the ball. Maybe that's because Ferrers legs were warm and Nalbandian felt like he had to keep hitting great winners just to stay in the match. After he hit it long and lost his serve, he threw his racquet on the ground and lost his cool. He didn't regain his cool in the second set. He cracked a racquet during a game but to avoid a fine he played the point (the last point of a game) and then changed his racquet. This decision will have saved him some $$$. By this time though Ferrer had confidence and momentum and easily served out the match.