These guys played another epic match yesterday - their rivalry is fast surpassing the Sampras/Agassi rivalry, in terms of the consistency of match-greatness (they're both always ON when they play each other) and their very different playing styles. What their rivalry lacks when compared to the game's greatest rivalry, Mac/Borg, is a black hat between the two of them. Mac being a jerkoff (and Borg being the opposite) is the difference. Anyway, Rafa's playing style and method continues to impress. Some of his winners were flat-out extraordinary. How about that FH up the line winner from a baseball catcher's crouch?! And to think he does it all with an extreme Western grip - he's special. By 'Roger being Roger', I refer to his by now oft-quoted post-match comment that he's getting closer to figuring out Nadal and beating Nadal on clay. Who but Roger would go public with this opinion AFTER YET ANOTHER LOSS TO RAFA AND A 1-4 CAREER RECORD AGAINST RAFA? It's true that Roger is never out of a match against Rafa, and you always have the lingering feeling that until the last point is concluded, that Roger could turn it around (like yesterday's second set) and take the match, but still ... the hubris on this guy! We get it: you're great, so why do you keep reminding us? Can't wait for what else these guys have in store, and kudos as well for the Tennis Channel's live feed and excellent coverage.