F54F58CC63254179A00BEEFA3F12C155.ashxOk, the big upset of the Day 2 was Gael Monfils knocking off Thomas Berdych. Each day, I'll pick an upset of the day and see if you posters out there see it the way I do.My pick for Day 3 is for Alejandro Falla to beat Grigor Dimitrov. Firstly, the name stands out--Alejandro Falla--and then the country--Colombia. Falla was the first Colombian ever to break the Top 100. His high was No. 48 (making him the No. 2 Colombian ever behind Santiago Giraldo who reached No. 39) and it seems like Falla's been around for ever, but he's still in his twenties (29). Falla's best shot is his backhand and he's going to need it to sizzle to beat Dimitrov, who's got a fine forehand and moves very well. Dimitrov at 22 is ranked just two spots behind his career-high of No. 26. Dimitrov, of course, beat Djokovic in Madrid and Falla has won only one match on the European clay season, but what the hell, I'll pick Falla to pull off the big upset on Day 3.Second choice: Dimitry Tursunov over Alex Dolgopolov