Djoko, Murray, Fed, Del Po all looked very good, Ferrer looks less good than usually, Berdych looked unspecial to me, Tsonga the same.
But Djokovic is still the obvious favorite considering he's the best player in the world, it's his favorite slam and best surface, and he doesn't have Murray, Fed or Del Po in his half.
And Murray second because it's also a great surface for him, he's had some success in recent slams, and he has a good match-up against both Djokovic and Fed.
Yes. You can't judge anything until these players are subject to some real pressure. Federer, in particular. How many times have we seen Federer look smooth, timing the ball well in the early rounds to be found hitting mid-court top spin backhands and 35th row ranks in the latter rounds?
How many times have we seen that ? very seldom imo
When exactly did he do that ? maybe in the last US Open but apart from that
Fed looked very fit to me but didn't control the ball very well against Davydenko. May be related with that very hot day though, the ball is always hard to control on a hot day, "flies" a lot, Simon and Tsonga also said that about that day.