Well, after reading *this!* I'm going to have to watch the replay of this match on Tennis Channel.
Federer got just that, and it wasn't just because his opponent was struggling with his game. Federer took down Novak Djokovic 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, his first ever win against Djokovic after dropping the first set and first win against him since the 2012 World Masters in Cincinnati.
The reason was simple; Federer decided to change up his strategy against the No. 2 player in the world, charging to the net whenever he could in the final set to not only break Djokovic early, but break him often.
I love how this tactic isn't effective these days against the modern player because...the modern player hits the ball too hard to get to the net, the modern player hits the ball with too much spin to volley, the modern player is more accurate than ever, etc..
Remember when I went to Madrid and returned a Federer fan? The reason then was the same reason here. After getting stomped pretty handily in the first set against Raonic, Fed charged the net on virtually every point thereafter. Raonic had no answers.
Good job, Roger. This is one I want to watch despite knowing the outcome.