Jo Willy Tsonga, Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro made it to the quarter-finals.
For last year’s Wimbledon finalist and most improved player, the time has come to take his game up a notch or be prepared to let the field overcome him.
On a day when “predictable” ruled the courts, Frenchman Michael Llorda pulled off a dazzling upset but Scotsman Andy Murray still looks like the man to beat.
Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer escaped tough matches while Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray cruised through their quarterfinal pairings and into the semifinal round at the Rogers Cup in Toronto.
There was spectacular tennis and error-prone tennis at Friday’s Legg Mason Quarterfinals in Washington but whatever it was it was highly competitive as the tournament was reduced to the final four.
The rain could not hide the tears as American’s Fish, Roddick, Sweeting and Isner all fell at the Legg Mason Tournament on Thursday.
Wednesday was a tough day for the seeds in Washington but top seed Tomas Berdych barely managed to move ahead.
Over the weekend, Kaia Kanepi became Estonia’s first Sony Ericsson winner and Agnes Szavay won her second straight WTA title.
Wimbledon 2010 winners, Men’s Single, Women’s Single, Men’s double, Women’s Double, Mixed Double, Boys, Girls and the Ladies Invitational winners.
Tomas Berdych made the most of his 6’5” build and with one blink of the eye took control of his semifinal match against 3rd seeded Novak Djokovic.