Granollers had 6:4, 2:0. David began to serve better and was a lot more patient, constructing points instead of trying to hit winners. Granollers' movement wasn't the same after the second set.
It was a very good third set from David. Though what I liked the most was how he started to approach the match tactically, more patient like you said and playing much more of a claycourt style of match. Which I think is much better than how he played yesterday, in what was basically hit-and-miss kind of tennis to beat Mathieu in the end.