That was surely a great match and I was really pulling for Nalbandian to get the win, but I can't simply ignore something that just happened there which seemed pretty suspicious... By the end of the fourth or during the fifith set, the cameras caught Nalbandian's coach, Luis Lobo, giving a ballboy some kind of paper for him to give to Nalbandian. Nalbandian was given the piece and discreetly put it on his pocket during play. I initially thought that piece contained some kind of advice or coaching. Needless to say, that is illegal and I'm surprised Pascal Maria didn't notice that too. But then the cameras caught Luis Lobo discreetly sinalizing for Nalbandian that the piece, or what is inside, should be ingested, so it seemed to be some kind of energy powder or something to prevent Nalbo's cramps. Whatever it is, I thought it was really suspicious and was really amazed by how quiet Patrick, BG and Cahil were when they showed the scenes caught on the court-side cameras. Is it legal for a coach on the player's box to give anything, directly or indirectly to a player? Did you guys saw that too and what do you think?