Very dramatic final, the big 4 continue to set a very high standard for whoever comes next. I largely agree with MT's thought that Fed's FH is a shadow of its former self. Not sure what the winner/UE counts were, but it didn't look good to me. The 3 FH UEs in the 3rd set tiebreak were the dominating feature of the tiebreak. And overall, the relatively conservative placement of FH shots weren't enough to get Djokovic out of his comfort zone. On the other hand, Fed's serve was fantastic, especially early in the match. That was worrisome itself though - having a dominant serve, having Nole's serve off, and still not being able to get anywhere near a break. I also thought Fed played too passively after Nole's 1st injury timeout - in fact, I think that's when he lost serve in the 2nd set. Also looked like Nole was a little gimpy when he took the injury TO in the 5th set but Fed wasn't able to capitalize there either. I thought Fed did play really well after he got broken for the first time in the 4th set. His first break of Nole was impressive - several of his best returns of the match, and he finished with a (finally) strong aggressive FH winner. For his part, Nole looked a little frazzled in the latter part of the 4th set. But once he shook off the last injury TO in the 5th set, his game really tightened up and he played very strong to the finish.
I also thought the Nole-Dimitrov SF was really exciting. Thought it was interesting that JMac "early picked" Dimitrov for next year's final. No surprise, I really like Dimitrov's game and am excited to see what he can do.