Watched it entirely. Albert was decent opponent until 3:3. David tried to pressure him in the 7th game but he failed, he was just trying to left an aggressive mark and tune his returns I guess. In the ninth game he repeated it and he did it in his style, couple of aggressive return winners and 0:40 in a matter of seconds. He kept the momentum and did the same in the opening game in the first set and later again braked Montanes serve after with the same pressure *0:40. Albert saved few BP's during the course of the match but the defeat was inevitable. David is in a same level as he was in Stockholm and Madrid, only this is kinda faster surface (from Madrid) and he could not sneak to net fast enough. Ground-strokes and angles are working well, BH deep and accurate, he is kinda late on footwork for his FH so it varies a bit, first serve very good but inconsistent and second serve quite bad, he even managed to serve 2 DFs in the same game.
I thought it was rather unimpressive. His timing seemed kind of off and his returns were inconsistent. Loved the total lack of concentration in the last game with the 2 aces, 2 double faults.