It spoiled your moment? I guess you forgot two people play the match, one lost and one won. For Federer it evidently meant more. For Nadal it doesn't matter he can play for another few years at full (or better) health. He will play atleast 12 more grandslams.
For Federer every loss brings him a barrage of haters, a barrage of "he should retire!" and a media journo's giving him pressure. Every loss brings "Federer can't beat Nadal". "Federer too old". "Federer won't break record". "Federer isn't GOAT". To be honest I would cry every time I lost if there was that kind of pressure.
About spoiling my moment, well, was some kind of a joke, but really it was difficult to celebrate anything with a guy crying like a baby just looking at the trophy and sobbing.
Federer has been a crusher of dreams for so many players, that it's absurd to be compassionate about him yesterday. And sorry but you think Nadal will play only 12 more slams? and Federer less? you're very wrong, Roger still has about 20 chances to win, specially Wimbledon and USO. Very likely, in four years he will still be able to reach finals, being 31, and Nadal will have much more trouble.
About pressure... please! all the world is licking his ass! This guy can fart and everybody would say he's better than Mozart! His pee can be bottled and sold for $500 a bottle! He's JesusFed, the GOAT!
Nadal is the one with pressure everyday: he has been called a claycourter, onedimensional, will get injured, has no class, picks ass, makes excuses, likely a doper, a cheater, delays serve... he is the most hated player in this board, and outside too. Yet he's the top sportsman, an example for everyone, and don't forget it, much younger.