Albert Montañés (ESP) vs Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) not before 2.30 pm
Tommy Robredo (ESP) vs David Ferrer (ESP) not before 4.45 pm
Rafael Nadal vs Juan Ignacio Chela (ARG) followed by
Denis Gremelmayr (GER) vs Nicolás Almagro (ESP)
Pista 1 1.00 pm
Coetzee / Ullyett (RSA / ZIM) vs Aspelin / Knowle (SWE / AUT) followed by
Fyrstenberg / Matkowski (POL) vs Ancic / Zverev (CRO / GER) not before 4.00 pm
Arnold Ker / Nalbandian (ARG) vs López / Verdasco (ESP)
its a bit strange, why Ferrero did not play and also is moya
Rafa! Rafa! Rafa!
Epic movies, like brokeback mountain, are seldom found in the industry or worthy for the mainstream viewer. As often as I have watched the clips of this movie, I always find something more to it. For one, the gay stuff doesn't enter the picture for me, only the dimension of the highest love I have ever witnessed in life or on film.
I'd want my money on Montanes in this one. Montanes wins a fair amount of matches from a set down, while Wawrinka has been known to blow leads pretty regularly. Not to mention that I imagine the Barcelona crowd will push Montanes through...
You have to hand it to Montanes, he's a crafty grinder who has frustrated a lot of opponents over the years. The tough thing for Stan is that once you lose your first set form (which he tends to do often), it's virtually impossible to regain it. This third set should be a real battle...