The first set disappeared in just 27 minutes and the writingwas quickly on thewall in the second, the unseeded French duo breaking serve
again as Llodra came up with a brilliant reaction volley at the net.
He was broken in the third game, but hit back to level at 2-2, breaking serve
again to establish a 5-3 lead.
Williams showed virtually no ring rust, breaking serve
twice in each set to make quick work of Myskina.
Having lost the first game of the second set Henman showed grit to fight back from 15-40 on his own serve to level things up before breaking serve
and then holding his own for a 3-1 lead.
Nadal started sluggishly, allowing an aggressive Murray to take the opening set before breaking serve
in the seventh game of the second to take the initiative.
The first set was an even affair, with neither player breaking serve
until Nadal swooped in the 11th point of the tie-break.
According to Sport24, Federer was in commanding form from the start, breaking serve
to lead 3-1 and had little difficulty pocketing the first set from there in just 30 minutes, leaving a weary Del Potro stranded on the baseline with a succession of deft drop shots
Sixth seed Li was placed on Court Three and was a 6-2 6-0 winner in just 55 minutes, breaking serve