Baggy won't be easy but won't be as tough as Ivo. Andy will be able to relax from time to time at least and that's important. He has much tougher rounds coming up.
He had to stay extremely focused against the big monk today and that's always tough for Andy we all know it.
Well you've sort of contradicted yourself EJ - Andy cannot relax, not even for a second, if he's to remain totally focused in matches, and this one is no exception. He should be pretty buoyed up after beating Davydenko, and particularly Karlovic, but Baggy's an unpredictable player who has also had the benefit of an easy R2 encounter. Andy needs to conserve as much mental and physical energy as possible so hopefully will come out firing on all cylinders from the start and despatch Baggy in 3, but nothing can be taken for granted. However this is their first meeting on grass since 2006, so should be another interesting match, and one which I'm not looking beyond.
Raonic is gone.
Winner of this takes on winner of Cilic/Querrey.
In a very close 4-setter which should have been worth watching. I'm feeling quite relieved though.
Meanwhile Djoko is one set down against Stepanek and leading 3-2 in the second.