Revenge is probably not the word Rafael Nadal would say out lound but it will very much be in the front of his mind ahead of the French Open final against Robin Soderling.
Much has been made of Soderling's Roland Garros win against Nadal last season but this year's Rafa is very much a different animal.
Gone are the family problems that troubled him last season, and he is fitter, stronger too.
Soderling wasn't great in his drawn-out win over Tomas Berdych and going the full distance will not have helped: Robin will know as well as anyone that he possibly lacked focus, with an eye on the prize of a Nadal final.
While he wasn't at his best, Nadal certainly was. For me, this was as good a performance as I have seen from Rafa, who appears to be finding form just at the right time.
As long as the weather stays hot and steamy, Nadal should beat the Swede, I would say in four sets.
But if a storm erupts, the temperature cools and the ball gets heavier Rafa will find it tough; Soderling, who hits the ball as hard as anyone, will not.
Samantha Stosur has been the form player among the women and I do not see Francesca Schiavone as posing too big a problem for the Australian.
She has beaten Schiavone the last four times they have played and is in the form of her life, having beaten three of the tournament favourites on the trot: Justine Henin, Serena Williams and Jelena Jankovic - that is some record!
Stosur has to feel that now is her time.
Schiavone has also played the best tennis of her career to date to reach this final, but I cannot see it being enough - unless Stosur freezes, which she has done before.
So I can only see one of two possible outcomes: Stosur demolishes Schiavona, or Stosur freezes, in which case it will be a long, emotional match that could go either way.