Well, make it eleven straight wins for Federer against Hewitt. There was a point where I actually think Federer was either bored, did not care, or was just tired of playing. The amount of unforced errors was incredibly high. Hewitt should have taken his chances, this was his best opportunity to beat a tired and sometimes disinterested Federer. Roger was experimenting a lot in that match, going for winners or acute angles from impossible positions on the court. His movement was excellent as always, but his execution was lacking. I think he has one eye on NY, and the other eye shifting that way. This loss will hurt Hewitt more than the one in Montreal, where Federer was fresh and focused. Federer did stick on the unique style he uses only against Hewitt. No pace. Back in 2002, 2003 Roger was getting burned by using aggressive pace against Lleyton. Hewitt is the ultimate counter puncher, he uses his opponent's pace against them, because he cannot generate any of his own. Federer had to change that solely for the Australian, by giving him no pace, and opening up the court with acute angles on the mid court ball. He did do well with the under spin backhand slice down the middle, as always, but did not finish points off like he should have. Somehow, with a lackluster performance this week, he is still in the final. Should be inteserting to see who he plays, as neither Blake or Davydenko have beaten him. Blake leads the series against Davydenko 5-0. Mirka cam. LOL!!! Yes, I agree.