I can't say I see how the two options are saying different things. Nadal was far from terrible in that match, but he lacked intensity and the typical spring in his step. I'm sure a lot of that had to do with the physical and psychological things going on in his life. But by that same token, Soderling played pretty much the perfect match – he didn't just do like Rosol at Wimbledon a few years later, who simply blasted every shot for a winner and somehow managed to get enough in to win the match. Soderling played more controlled, more within himself, while never shying away from his aggressive game plan. It was the perfect combination of factors to dethrone Nadal.