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did little good. In a blur he was two sets down and staring into the abyss.Vettel finished in seventh after a late puncture but he was insistent Ferrari would come back strong at the next round, in Hungary. “This race wasn’t good for us,” he said. “We didn’t get the result that we wanted, that we probably deserved, but that’s how it is. If things go different, we come out as the winner – you come out on top, everything looks peachy. If you don’t, like today, then people talk of a huge disappointment and a disaster. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose but we’re not here to lose, I don’t like losing, I hate it, so we want to make sure we turn it around next time.”As the third set began, and the clouds were finally burnt off by the sun, the Croatian tried to mix things up by serving and volleying. But such was the whip and dip in Federer’s backhand return he was having to play his volleys off his bootlaces.At this point there was only going to be one winner. By the time Cilic found himself breakpoint down at 3-3 the strained cries of ‘C’mon Marin!” were growing in number and intensity. Most of the crowd probably still wanted Federer to win but they also wanted more tennis. He was in no mood to oblige. A decisive break soon arrived, along with this most precious of victories.Afterwards he repeatedly waved at his four children, three of whom were sat on the balcony above the NBC TV studio transfixed by the applause for their father. They were surely not the only ones. Thousands of teenagers watching yesterday would not have been born in 2003 when Federer beat Mark Philippoussis to claim his first title.