The scores say one thing, but the stats speak a different story. Djokovic had four aces to Nadal's two here, and had 70% of his first serves in. Crucial errors and a few 'too-cute' shots have let him down today.
We'd also like to take a look back at what's bothering Novak Djokovic - motivation, disinterest, what?
Djokovic tries a fancy drop shot against Nadal - and it's not a bad shot at all! There's some beautiful gentle wrist motion in there, but Nadal runs into the net and nudges it right back there. No chance of a return. And Nadal's racing to yet another break point...
Nadal holds for a 2-0 lead in the second. Djokovic looks a tad more interested in this set than the first - but that's not saying much and Nadal is in the form of his life. We repeat. The form of his life.
VAMOS! Even if you're not necessarily a Rafa supporter, that shot was sublime and you can't help but cheer. A no-look backhand. Perfectly placed. 30-30 and Nadal's in the driver's seat and going at Formula One speed.
Nadal sends one in deftly at the net. It bounces, and on a good day I'm sure Djokovic would have returned that one. But today he just seems to not be as invested in this match as he has been in the past.