Good win from Jeremy, very happy with his performance. I do think he needs to start hitting his backhand more, he doesn't have a bad backhand, so I was a little confused why he adopted the same tactic against Seppi with all the slices. He really shouldn't do this against his next opponent.
Seppi was terribly bad though, he had no tactic and got completely overpowered by the Chardy forehand, which was hard and stable.
As a previous poster said, only Muray, Fed, and Nole left, I sense a first GS title coming