We come to Day 3 of our Match of the Day and so far, Andrew Miller is the only chap still standing. But if you'd like to continue making picks, please join us. John Isner went down big-time to Phillip Kohlschreiber last night in five sets. Isner is one of those players--not quite as bad as a Dolgopolov, Querrey or Gulbis, certainly, but in their league--who almost never makes any noise at a slam. Give him Winston-Salem and Newport and he's a smash. Put up him up for one match against anyone in a Davis Cup contest and he can win, but in a slam, the guy never breaks through with a major win. Today's match does pit a big-time slam player and his name is Tomas Berdych, the No. 7 player in the world, who has made the finals at Wimbledon and the semis at RG. The big Czech is playing well having knocked out Querrey in the third round, and winning his first two matches in straight sets. Incidentally, Berdy lost to Isner in the finals of W-S. He plays Nicolas Almagro, the No. 12 player, who along with Fed, Gasquet, Wawrinka and Kohlschreiber, is still in the tournament hitting one-handed backhands. Almagro's is probably the most stunning along with Gasquet's, in terms of dramatic take back and swoop of shot. His timing is exquisite and he nearly-almost never hits a slice. The Spaniard has reached the fourth round of the Open for the very first time. He's reached the quarters at RG three times. He's had a relatively tough road, beating Stepanek, Petzschner in five sets and the Jack Sock in four.Berdych owns a 6-3 career match advantage over the stocky Almagro and as much as I'd like to see Almagro knock Berdy off--and look for me folks, I have seat right behind the baseline at Louis Armstrong Stadium today--I can't see it happening. Berdy will go into the quarters and if he plays well today, should have a fighter's punch to upset Federer. Berdych in four sets.