It hurts to post that image. Its hard to know what to say about today besides that it confirms again both Rafa's grit and his incredible class and sportsmanship. On Roger's tears, he said:
"It was an emotional moment, and I think this also lifts up sport, to see a great champion like Federer expressing his emotions. It shows his human side. But in these moments, when you see a rival, who is also a comrade, feeling like this, you enjoy the victory a little bit less."
I don't know what else to say about Federer's tears. They are much tougher to witness when they come after a loss, and it does seem to steal some of the joy from Rafa. I really believe that it was the introduction of Laver and the other "legends" that put him over the edge, but Roger claimed in the presser that he just hates to lose.
The fact that it was Roger's serve that let him down most seems to imply that he really just does let something go screwy in his head when playing Nadal. Brutal stuff today. But great tennis. These guys are great for the sport. I hope they do it again in France.