Yes, Moya lost this match. However, I walked away very impressed by him. Moya has a lot of heart and is a great hustler. he works so hard he practically looks like he's taken a shower out there, he sweats so much. The reason he has to work so hard I think, and this might be obvious, is for the same reason that one of his mentors, Jim Courier, had to work so hard: a very weak backhand. His backhand looks like a push shot. He has very poor mechanics on his two-hander; it looks like he's just pulling across the shot. He seems to keep his arms pretty straight and just swivels and pulls across the ball. His slice backhand is very weak. I beg his coach to work with him and improve his backhand because Moya is a special player with a lot of heart. I know he's getting older, but I want him to stick around. He'll have a hard time doing that if he doesn't improve that backhand. Well, he'll stick around, but he'll have trouble winning the majors that he obviously has the talent to win (French, Australian, U.S. Open). I particularly admire the heart he shows at Wimbledon. In conclusion, I love Federer, but during this match I found myself rooting for Moya. Moya will be added to my signature as a favorite player.