Out of those 7bps, Monfils had something like three aces, 2 serve winners and one massive down the line backhand winner. One of the 2 serve winners wasn't quite unreturnable (still 200+km/h though), but the only real chance for Simon was the dropshot.
Solid indeed. Simon made multiple other errors though in that game - it's not just about the breakpoints. If you can't break when the opponent gives you 4dfs in a single game, something is wrong.
I really don't think the match was that bad, weird pavlovian reflex for everyone to decide this was shit, it really wasn't.
It was OK the first two sets. Simon neutralises Monfils, he couldn't pull off the same gameplan as his previous two, and you see the weakness in his point construction in particular - he has little between grinding and blasting, neither of which extremes work against Simon. He said it in the on-court interview after his last match: he has no idea what tactics to use against Simon.
The third set was a bit painful though.