Don't buy it myself. Here's the response from the Beeb:
Our television commentary team were full of respect for the five-times champion Roger Federer; however in the early part of the match, there was no doubt that Rafael Nadal was playing the better tennis as he took a two set to love lead which we reflected in our commentary.
The BBC commentary team did subsequently catch the great drama of Federer's extraordinary comeback, and duly praised him for it.
Nevertheless, Rafael Nadal was in line to become the first Spanish men's champion in over forty years and the first man since Bjorn Borg to claim both the French Open and Wimbledon titles in the same season.
It was therefore appropriate for our television commentators to discuss this remarkable achievement and the fact that Nadal had displaced the player who had dominated Wimbledon for most of this decade.
Thanks to the BBC press office for the response. Much appreciated.