That short angled slice backhand was very awesome.
It was a master piece
and the dropshotitis illness returned at last BP
at least it turned out quite well.
This is what a wrote on GM:
Despite the relative close scoreline, this was a schooling, Nalbandian was mixing things, used a slice a lot, sneaking at the net on smart approach shots, never let Del Pony got into aggressive rhythm like he did in Madrid. It was a classical brain vs muscles match. Del Potro had some problems with a blister on his big toe, but his movement was not affected (as long as I could have seen) and he was hitting the ball extremely hard and accurate. Good match.
I think I am little biased toward the blister not affecting the movement but the most errors Del Potro did were not from not reaching the ball or from running FHs or BH, they came from ground-strokes because he was going for more pace. I think he got a little bit overconfident after last week win and wanted to repeat the same match. Unfortunately for him David did not played with the same game-plan.