First 2.5 sets were as you'd expect. Simon more consistent, more experienced, better point constructor, and DY making too many errors at bad times. DY comes back from 0-3 down in third with the typical comeback formula of some timely good play mixed with his opponent's untimely bad play. Simon seemed to be weirdly unnerved at that point and the first six games of the fourth set he just sort of lost it (in terms of focus, not that he got angry or freaked out or anything); made more errors than normally -- and at bad times. But, again, DY actually did do something to create some of those errors. DY said after the match that once he was down 0-3 he decided that if he were to go down, he'd go down swinging. But, he really didn't start blasting from everywhere. In fact, he had quite a few grinding points, where he was patient and played great defense. He won some impressive long points. So, he gets up 5-1 in the fourth, but loses one break, and ends up winning 6-4. The fifth set was a back and forth affair with a lot of service breaks. Spotty play by both players, but good play too. It wasn't clear who would win until the very end. And, again, I don't know why Simon came so unfocused after he lost his 0-3 lead in the third. It happens, and surely its happened to him before. He was still up 2 sets to 1, yet he just seemed unfocused in the 4th until it was too late.