Originally written on Tennis Grand Stand  |  Last updated 10/21/14

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 13: Lleyton Hewitt of Australia serves in his second round match against Andreas Seppi of Italy during day four of the 2010 Medibank International at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre on January 13, 2010 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)
Andreas Seppi By Yeshayahu Ginsburg We are down to our final 8, and 6 of them are the main contenders for the title. With Djokovic being tired after his marathon match, it has really opened the door for Tomas Berdych. And, all of a sudden, we could be looking at Berdych or David Ferrer in the final. On the other side of the draw, it looks like it will be the winner of Federer/Tsonga against Andy Murray. This feels like the most wide-open Slam we’ve had in quite a while on the men’s side. It actually feels like there are six contenders with near-equal chances of winning it all. The only possible not-compelling matchup in the final is Federer/Ferrer, as Federer leads their head-to-head series 14-0. Who Looked Good Stanislas Wawrinka: I will talk about this match more in depth later on, but I really must stress that Wawrinka played at or near the level of a Grand Slam champion for almost the entirety of his match. Aside from a blip in the second set, Wawrinka was really playing at an i...
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