I think Djoker's breakthrough in 2011 caught both Fed and Rafa off guard, and we are now seeing the both of them up their game, to stay competitive. Full respect to Fed for his win today, but I think the longer term effect is that Rafa will right the ship, and win the majority of slams over the next 2 years. "Majority" does not mean he will win every single slam, so calm down. My guess is that over the next 2 years, Rafa will win more slams than Djoker. Djoker will be a close second, with Murray/Fed/Someone New picking up the scraps. I know that there are people out there who genuinely think Rafa's days are done, and it's a resonabale point of view. But I'm coming from the viewpoint that breaking Borg's record at the FO, along with the rest of his incredible run to get over the Djoker hurdle, drained Rafa a bit during this year's Wimbledon (I don't think his knees really had anything to do with it). Rafa is still the most dangerous player on tour, IMO, when it comes to the slams...regardless of surface!