What is with the OPs (and a few others) strange obsession with Ferrer, you guys obviously don't like him yet I've noticed you spend all your time here religiously following his matches hoping for a defeat to feed off. Its such a negative way of approaching sport. What's really ironic is all this vulture labelling when you are vultures yourselves in the way that you use negativity and others failure to survive and fuel your existence. I honestly don't know if its trolling or not, I think I'd actually prefer that it was so at least it means your not serious with all this hate and might be a better person in real life. But hey you'd know who you are and if there anything the internet can't hide you from it yourselves so maybe take a step back and ask yourselves am I really a guy that spends their time on the internet hating on a professional tennis player?
Back to the match Ferrer will be the obvious favourite and shouldn't have many problems with Rochus but he's going face some big challenges later on getting past guys like Baghdatis and Nishikori who have the potential to knock him over.
I agree with you (I can't understand the possibility of the existance of haters that are not trollers (trolling can be funny, but I think that it is only occasional), more in a sport like tennis, where respect is one of the most important principles). There is a potential match between Ferrer and Nishikori on R16 that looks interesting: Nishikori aiming to defend his QF on Australian Open 2012 and Ferrer trying to prove his consistency on Grand Slams (he has a great opportunity to reach the SF, as his worst opponents can be Nishikori on R16 and Tipsarevic or Almagro on QF).