Lots of good matches today--unlike yesterday, let me give you Cilic v Klizan as an example, sounds like a Star Trek matchup--but I'm going with Gasquet--Ferrer today, first match in Louis Armstrong. I've always liked Gasquet, even his mental foibles (his own countryman, Monfils, said basically that Gasquet has no head and heart for a big pressure match). I admire Ferrer and his grit and toughness, but his game is centered around everything I dislike in a tennis player (ceaseless baseline rallies with endless patterned shots). So I'm going Gasquet here in 4.Gasquet is having a breakout year. He's up to No. 14 and he's finaled in Canada and reached either the Rd of 16 or quarters in the Aussie O, Rome, Madrid, Miami, French Open and Wimbledon. Big problem is he's 1-7 against Ferrer lifetime and he only beat him that one time in 2008. Still, I like how Gasquet has been steamrolling opponents. His serve is bigger and I just think he's going to hit little David off the court today in Louis Armstrong.Other matches of note: Wawrinka--Djokovic--Djoko in straight sets and Roddick--Del Po--Roddick in five sets. Yes, that's what I'm strutting.