I do believe that the crowd had played a major role in this intriguing FO final yesterday. The crucial shifting point of the final was at 3-3 in the 3rd set, the fabulous ambiance in the court to support Gaudio finally broke up his nervousness, during the 'ola' he was making kudos towards the crowd feeling less contracted, catching this way the crowd in his side...Coria attempt to imitate him but it was sounding false... Then Coria was becoming more and more nervous and Gaudio was playing liberate, launching big big backhands strokes in impossible angles. That was for me the best part of the Final, the 2 opponents played well together. In the 4th, was a nervous breakdown for Coria, after leading 2 sets and 4-2 in the 3rd (like McEnroe vs Lendl... ^-^), he felt so nervous that he'd started devellopping nervous cramps, the fact is he couldnot support the stress of passing from the title for 2 games... On the French TV, Basholt the ATP Kinesi therapist said it was Nervous Cramp so he gave him medicals that would be active one hour after... That's why he didn't play the 4th set. The crowd in Roland G. always plays a major role in matches especially in Final. Remember (Steffi vs Hingis; Agassi vs Medvedev; Kuerten vs Russel...) That and the fact it is the hardest tournament for the physics make FO a so special and so surprising Grand Slam!