Well Rafa once again proved this tournament that he's the king of clay. It's just incredible what he's achieved in his career so far - I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him win 10+ FOs before he retires. After beating Djokovic in the SF, he was the deserved winner of this tournament.
I'm proud of how hard David fought today despite being outplayed by Rafa. It must be the toughest first GS final you can ask for, Rafa at Roland Garros, but I thought he handled the situation pretty well. And I'm really pleased he can add a GS final to his career resume - winning the SF meant a lot to him.
The protester entering the court with the flare was really scary. It was good to see the security deal with him so swiftly, but worrying that they were able to get into the tournament and onto the court in the first place. It's not the first time there's been an on-court invasion at RG either, I remember a guy draping Federer with a flag in the 2009 final.
Now that the clay season is over, I'll be interested in seeing how Rafa does in the rest of the season. I've a feeling he's going to be a major threat at Wimbledon. If he and Andy do end up playing there, I hope he can get the better of him this time. Feels strange for the grass season to be starting tomorrow, but really looking forward to it - and especially to seeing Andy play again!