Federer continued his streak, defeating the defending champion Davydenko 6-3, 6-4, in just 80 minutes. Ending by winning the last 11 points in the finals at the Qatar Open.
With this being his fourth continuous win in a final, he definitely is not holding back in sending a warning message to his rivals that he will most definitely be a serious contender at the upcoming Australian Open.
But we've all heard enough about the successes of the world No. 2 in the past while.
Let's look back at the past week instead to see what we can take from the Doha.