Originally Posted by 6-1 6-3 6-0
It's all fun and games until federer misses out on his only opportunity at a gold medal in history. And when Nadal ends up with a leading H2H, the most slams, the most masters shields AND at least one Olympic gold medal in singles (and a calendar year grand slam), federer will long be remembered as a Jimmy Connors or Ivan Lendl-type player. Lots of records but largely irrelevant in the best-of-all-time discussion.
People often describe John Isner as having the most dominant serve in the game. The most important shot in tennis.