He's the only Canadian survivor of the first round, which tells a lot about the current state of Canadian tennis. I think he has a lot of talented and a reasonably all-round game, which makes his game fun to watch unlike Raonic, who plays a super one-dimensional game. I wanted Lu to win this one, though. He's nearing the end of his career and his best result may come before he calls it a career. He may lack power, but his all-round game is fun to watch and makes many people want to root for him. His good results are always good for the sport, so I want him to do well in his next tournament and of course at the U.S. Open, I want him to beat Nadal. What do you think?