I'm watching the Federer-Davydenko match right now and what I noticed from this match and the Federer-Haas match is that Federer is better off staying at the baseline than coming in as often as he has been. Federer is so incredibly strong from the baseline that there's not really an urgent need for him to get to the net that much. It seems he's getting burned more often than not when he rushes the net off of less than perfect approach shots or when he tries to serve and volley. He is the master and an artist from the backcourt, but I think Roche must be getting him to attack the net more which I think is not really working for him right now. I honestly think Federer was better before he hired Roche, and fooling around with a winning formula isn't really working for Federer right now. Now I'm not slamming net play. I'm an all-court player myslef and I serve and volley quite often and love playing the net. But it seems like Federer is trying to do too much of it or maybe at the wrong times and it's backfiring on him at the moment. Anyway, just my personal opinion. We'll see what happens with this match.