Originally Posted by MilanDokic
(1) FERRER, David ESP v BERLOCQ, Carlos ARG
Qualifier v GARCIA-LOPEZ, Guillermo ESP
DI MAURO, Alessio ITA v GREUL, Simon GER
NOVAK, Jiri CZE v (5) MOYA, Carlos ESP
(4) DJOKOVIC, Novak SCG v (WC) BELIC, Luka CRO
Qualifier v GABASHVILI, Teimuraz RUS
VANEK, Jiri CZE v Qualifier
DLOUHY, Lukas CZE v (7) BENNETEAU, Julien FRA
(6) MARTIN, Alberto ESP v WAWRINKA, Stanislas SUI
KOROLEV, Evgeny RUS v (WC) CILIC, Marin CRO
(WC) DEL POTRO, Juan Martin ARG v SLUITER, Raemon NED
VIK, Robin CZE v (3) CORIA, Guillermo ARG
(8) VOLANDRI, Filippo ITA v GICQUEL, Marc FRA
RAMIREZ HIDALGO, Ruben ESP v VICENTE, Fernando ESP
Qualifier v HERNYCH, Jan CZE
PORTAS, Albert ESP v (2) FERRERO, Juan Carlos ESP
Luka Belic is world no.1537!
Hmm.. I don't like him playing a Croat in the first round in Croatia, but otherwise his quarter isn't bad. Probably Ferrer in the semis and dare I hope for Ferrero in the finals? I'd love to see JCF in a final, even if he beat Novak here last year, that was a different Novak
Novak could take JCF now no problem. Anyone can.
Anyway, if he plays here I think he should skip Sopot, take a week's rest before the Masters events that are required events for him this year, and then he'll have another week off before the USO. So essentially it's playing two weeks (Amersfoot, Umag) a week off, play two weeks (Toronto, Cincy), a week off, then playing 2 weeks (USO). It's a nice schedule with enough events to keep him busy without over playing.