Yeah, it's been a while...
Fourth round does look makeable. Robredo as the first seeded player he could meet is a good one. And I'd love to see David play against Roddick.
But first up is Gicquel. I saw their only match so far, at Halle back in 2007. And it wasn't pretty. But that was more a case of David having a bad day than Gicquel being a bad match-up for him, or something.
That seemed to be during a time when he had a habit of losing first rounds in small ATP events. I didn't watch that particular match though.
Gicquel isn't as much of a cakewalk as some other players you can get in opening rounds of Grand Slams but I would like to think that with some wins this week, he won't need to ease into the tournament as much. From an entertainment point of view, it is good that he didn't draw someone like Marcos Daniel or Robert Smeets.
I noticed that this week Robredo got thrashed by Ancic, something like 6-1 6-2, which I remember because I found that to be surprising.