yeh very true, disappointing that the other top players have either not played or just appeared out of it when they play a match, so good to see there are 3 guys (Rafa, Roddick, Sod) who have managed to stick around long enough in both IW/Miami.
federer does not give a toss really in best of 3 set tourneys or just cant close out matches when he has a MP by playing overly aggressive. (baghdatis/berdych losses)
also take out murray who has NOT done well at all since losing the aus open final. dont actually give a toss about him.
and then also eliminate djokovic who is probably fatigued from all the tennis he played in late Feb/early March (4 set/5 set wins over querrey/isner in davis cup), and defended the dubai title the week before davis cup. djokovic better get his act together for the upcoming pre-FO clay season (he has to defend RU at MC, RU at Rome, W at Belgrade and SF at Madrid). i do not like the way djokovic plays these days, what is with his serve- it is just WTH???
nadal is now somewhat playing his way back into form, djokovic's days at #2 are numbered. if nadal wins miami, he will only be 10 points behind djokovic. VAMOS RAFA, win Miami please
soderling has been playing some good tennis, so im happy to see him get to 2 MS SF's back to back. nadal/soderling final in Miami would be good
roddick has taken good advantage of 2 nice draws opening up for him in IW and Miami (drawn into Fed's quarter at IW and Nole's quarter at Miami), he has gained points from last year.