I can't remember a better one. And looking back the rain breaks were timed perfectly - the first to let Federer find his game and the second poised at all square 2-2, 2-2 and 40-40, perfect for a quick breather before the climax. And then after the match the atmosphere with all the flash lights was like nothing before on Centre Court.
I can't ever remember seeing two champions like that hitting so many quality shots under the most extreme pressure. So many shots that would have been winners against every other player came back across the net with interest. The Nadal forehand down the line at 7-7 in the 4th set tie breaker was incredible - I said at the time that if he won the next point that shot would be replayed over and over till everyone in the land had seen it but then Federer went and equalled it in the very next point.
Federer fans should definitely not be disheartened, he's got plenty more big wins to come and showed what a true champion he really is. But you've gotta hand it to Nadal in coming back from losing the 4th set and serving second in the 5th which was a huge disadvantage psychologically in the circumstances. I strongly fancied Federer to win the last set but Nadal showed everyone that there's more than one champion in the game today.
So finely balanced, so evenly matched and such an important match in the context of their rivalry in tennis history. That was the best tennis match I've ever seen in my life.