Quite an early scare, but he made it through. Could have easily been a different result, had Ramos taken his breakpoint early in the 3rd (at 1-1, methinks). But he didn't take it, Tomas held, went on to break him and it was basically one-way-traffic from then on. Tomas shouldn't have lost the second set as well, had breakpoints at 2-3* and 3-4*, but was unable to capitalise due to his poor return. Still, he picked it up in the end, last two sets were alright, a win is a win. Rochus will be much tougher, though, he seems to be in good form, although I haven't seen him play last week.