The final figures for Federer were 69 winners vs 19 unforced errors.
Federer cruised through the first and fourth sets, but Roddick rattled him a bit in the second and third. Roddick played good defense during that span. In that time Federer seemed to be a bit off with his timing and form. At the end of the third set Roddick's game unraveled and Federer returned to his usual level of play. I thought that Roddick was cocky early in his career, the time that Sampras was nearing the end of his career. For a few years now, though, Roddick has been a genuinely good sport, even rather self-deprecating at times, and gracious in praising his opponents. (Anyone remember Agassi from sixteen years ago? See what he's like now?) Connors seems to have helped Roddick get his mojo back. Roddick's form isn't that pretty, but nor was the form of Connors. And he won, what, 8 majors? Roddick seems to finally be dedicating himself to diversifying his game. Wish him the best.