There comes a point for players who are doing what this guy has done--where it all comes to a crashing halt (although that will not in any way minimize the incredible achievement of this guy). Remember Chris Lewis in the '83 Wimbledon tournament? Came out of nowhere, got to the final, and got destroyed by Johhny Mac. Remember Clement vs. Agassi at Aussi Open five or six years ago? Remember Shuettler? The mental part is so taxing for a young guy like this-especially with his country going delirious. He's in the twi-light zone right now and is probably struggling to sleep well and relax. It will be too much in the final. His body and mind will flame out, guarantee it. Add on the energy he needed to beat Nalbandian--who kind of choked if we're being honest, he's totally mentally exhausted. And this isn't playing Nalbandian in the semis. This is Roger Federer in the FINAL. Fed is motivated now and has turned his game up a notch. He will be motivated to quiet the Baghdatis contingent of fans. He played brilliantly against Kiefer in the final two sets in semis and will carry that over in the final. He's also motivated to catch the likes of Mac and Wilander for majors won--let alone atoning for his flameout against Safin last year, where he would have won again if he didn't have a mental lapse on match point. I'm predicting Fed will win about 6-4, 6-3, 6-1. But, again, it won't take away from what this man from Cyprus has done! He's GREAT for the game!! And I think he'll be a major contender and top 20 or above player for years to come.