Federer won the match — his fourth Miami crown — 6-1, 6-4 in just 64 minutes, according to the ATP."I think I was very clear on how I wanted to play, so I think that helped that I was able to not just have the plan but then being able to execute," the 37-year-old Swiss player said, according to the ATP. "I just can be very happy on either end, return and serve, and that's why I'm so happy that I was able to produce a performance like this in a finals, because this is what you train for and play for that constantly keeps your level going up as the tournament progresses. And this was my best. I'm very excited."Isner, 33, told ATP he had started feeling pain in his foot during the first set of the match."It's a terrible feeling, because you're on an island out there, and you have no teammates to hide behind. I was going up against the greatest player ever, playing in this incredible atmosphere and my foot's killing me," he said."Not that I would have won the match, anyways, let's make that clear, but I think I could have made for a more interesting match and one that was a little more fun. Roger was too good."