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Wimbeldon second week starts with manic monday

There are 7 unseeded players in the circuit for the Round of 16. Wimbledon second week starts with exciting matches on monday but no federer, no nadal who are past champions but lost in early rounds this year.

Novak Djokovic vs Tommy Haas

Novak is looking vulnerable this time with his impressive performance in the first week. His movement is better now on grass. Seems like he is well prepared for this prestigious grass grandslam. Now he has to face Tommy Haas who is being consistent for past few months with his superb serve and high precision SHBHs. Tommy Haas is now 35 and has H2H 3-5 with Novak Djokovic. Definitely this would be great match if they fit for the match. Tommy Haas defeated Novak Djokovic this year at Miami in quarters.

prediction : Novak in 5 sets

Andy Murray vs Mikhail Youzhny

Mikhail Youzhny, who is finalist of Halle open where he lost to Federer. He is now at 31 and he can trouble Andy with his serves. But Andy is playing superb tennis this time too. He is eager to win his Home grandslam. Eventhough he won Olympic gold at the same venue, he wished to have one, at least one home grandslam. Last year he lost to Swiss maestro Roger Federer, but this time his potential finalist would be Novak Djokovic. With his fine form he can thrash Youzhny.

prediction : Murray in 4 sets

Bernard Tomic vs Tomas Berdych

The young Australian Tomic is performing finally. This is the second time for him reaching 4th round of Major. Now he face Tomas Berdych, the guy who made upset to Roger Federer in the past here, and finalist for Wimbledon. These two never met earlier. Hoping a good match.

prediction : Berdych in 4 sets

other matches

David Ferrer vs Ivan Dodig

Andreas Seppi vs Juan Martin Delpotro

Kubot vs Mannrino

Janowicz vs Melzer

Verdasco vs De Schepper

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