The Russian has the shortest turnaround and the worst record of all against his opponent. I still don't understand why Kolya hasn't been able to defeat the world No. 1 even once. They have played tight sets, but Kolya always manages to find a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. I'm not sure Raja will be in any mood to even allow him to get close today. I'll be surprised if the Swiss doesn't win in straights.
I, for one, am going to thoroughly enjoy watching the Rude Power boys duke it out. They've split their only two meetings with the Argentinean winning their only match in 2009. But that was way back in Auckland, which seems like a lifetime ago. The Swede won a set last night to avoid facing Raja in this round, so let's see what he has left to bring against del Potro. I see a third set breaker. Bring on the popcorn.
Day 7 - Semifinals Order Of Play
Day Session: 12.30 pm GMT (7.30 am ET)
Mirnyi/Ram vs. Cermak/Mertinak
 Roger Federer vs.  Nikolay Davydenko
Night Session: 7 pm GMT (2 pm ET)
Bhupathi/Knowles vs. Bryan/Bryan
 Robin Söderling vs.  Juan Martín del Potro
There should be no night session for the semifinals. In both singles and doubles, it gives the day-session winners an advantage they don't need heading into the finals tomorrow.