Lendl d. McEnroe 3-6, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, 7-5 Lendl served 5 aces and 1 double. McEnroe served 7 aces and 5 doubles. Lendl hit 46 winners: 19 FH, 19 BH, 3 FHV, 2 BHV, 3 smashes. McEnroe hit 65 winners: 9 FH, 9 BH, 22 FHV, 17 BHV, 8 smashes. McEnroe hit as many winners as he did in his four-set victory over Borg in the 1981 Wimbledon final (although he need five more games to hit that many here). McEnroe had more volley/overhead winners here than in the Borg match, by 47 to 45. The highest count on the chart belongs not to Lendl’s forehand but to McEnroe’s forehand volley, with 22 winners. McEnroe had at least 9 drop-shot winners, and Lendl none. Of the nine, 5 were at the net. McEnroe made four passing shots, and returned Lendl's serve three times for winners. He had no lob winners. Lendl hit 2 FH lob winners and passed McEnroe 10 times with service return winners (three off the first serve). On top of that he passed McEnroe 18 other times -- 12 times with his backhand. So Lendl passed McEnroe in one way or another 30 times. He did it 12 times in the fifth set alone, as compared to 5 in the equally long fourth set. McEnroe also lifted his winners in the fifth set; his total for that set was his highest of the match. Lendl’s winners by set: 8, 2, 10, 10, 16 McEnroe’s winners by set: 12, 8, 15, 13, 17 Some stats from NBC: At 3-all in the fifth, Lendl was serving at 76%, McEnroe at 46%. At 2-all in the third, Lendl was winning 64% of his first serves, McEnroe 84%. After four sets, Lendl had made 25 unforced errors, McEnroe 42. In the fourth set, Lendl made 7, McEnroe 15. For the entire match, Lendl won 20 of 33 approaches (or 61%), McEnroe 87 of 144 (or 60%). Lendl finished with 158 points, McEnroe with 154.