Federer doesn't have many points to defend there so it's probably a wise decision to take the rest. Will be interesting to see if Djokovic follows suit, given that he's defending champion but I assume he'll play.
(Original post by Slumpy)
Oh, ok. As is, I think I'd be surprised if he risked too much before the US open, but I've got no idea how long there is till then/if we've heard any more about how his knees are.
It seems Tommy Haas has had a pretty good couple of months. I hope he can continue this form. I'd love to see him have a good run at the US Open since he can't have too much playing time left in his career.
Dominic Inglot won his first ever non-Challenger doubles tournament in Washington this week.
(Original post by Meteorshower)
I think it's either going to Murray or Djokovic. Both in pretty good form, even though Djokovic got beat. I would like to see Nishikori, Raonic or Del Potro do well though if they're in it.
Yeah, they're all in it. Nishikori has a potential third round against Djokovic and Del Potro could meet either of them in the quarter-finals. Raonic has a potential third round against Murray. There could be some very interesting match-ups.