Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves. He's won 2 ATP matches all year, it will be a tall order to beat Novak. But you never know, maybe if he can keep the match close Djokovic will come down with one of his trademark "injuries."
Frank is a good player. We know that. So I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he, I don't know, went out the night before, got drunk and woke up in his hotel room with a tennis groupie or two beside him. Or something. There must be some other explanation for this one because he has actually been starting to play well lately.
Anyway. What are his plans for the claycourt season?
Quick update. Frank played a challenger in Mexico where he lost in the first round. Then this week a challenger in Florida, again losing in the first round. Neither of his opponents where ranked in the top 200.