Djoke over Söderling in straights
Jo-Wilfried over Rafa in straights*
Monfils over Cilic in 3
Stepanek over JMDP in 3
Would serve me right if I got all four predictions wrong, but the losers will have to get out of their own ways to end up on the side of victory.
*Tsonga withdrew from doubles citing a wrist injury, so....
Singles - Third Round
 R Nadal (ESP) d  T Robredo (ESP) 63 36 75
 N Djokovic (SRB) d [Q] A Clement (FRA) 62 62
 R Stepanek (CZE) d  A Murray (GBR) 16 63 64
 J Del Potro (ARG) d  F Gonzalez (CHI) 67(6) 76(6) ret. (leg) - saved 7 M.P.
 R Soderling (SWE) d  N Davydenko (RUS) 63 36 64
 M Cilic (CRO) d  F Verdasco (ESP) 36 63 64
 J Tsonga (FRA) d  G Simon (FRA) 62 63
 G Monfils (FRA) d J Benneteau (FRA) 64 63
Doubles - Quarterfinals
 F Cermak (CZE) / M Mertinak (SVK) d J Kerr (AUS) / T Parrott (USA) 62 64
Doubles - Second Round
 D Nestor (CAN) / N Zimonjic (SRB) d [WC] A Clement (FRA) / M Llodra (FRA) 63 64
 B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) d J Benneteau (FRA) / J Tsonga (FRA) w/o (Tsonga - wrist)
C Kas (GER) / P Kohlschreiber (GER) d  J Knowle (AUT) / A Ram (ISR) 75 64
Hard to say who's playing the best tennis. It's a toss up between Stepanek, Djoke, Monfils, and Tsonga at this point. This point. Would make for interesting semifinals as well. But Rafa is still hanging on, lucky his Spanish opponents couldn't close him out. Is he about to turn a corner? If Tsonga is injured, he could get out of jail free once again.