Novak Djokovic (SRB)  vs. Tomas Berdych (CZE) . The World #1's march to another seemingly inevitable final showdown with his friend and World #2 Andy Murray continues. Standing in his way is the imposing form of the 6'5" player from the Czech Republic who has beaten Djokovic on this court before, in this very round, a mere three years ago. However, in their 15 career meetings, Berdych has only managed one other win, giving the Serb a confident 13-2 edge. But in Berdych's head, Wimbledon must be the place where he has the best chance to beat the current World #1, and I'm sure he will try his best, to no avail. PREDICTION: Djokovic.
David Ferrer (ESP)  vs. Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) . The height differential between these two combatants makes this appear as if this match-up must be a mismatch. In some sense it is, but it may surprise you to discover that there is a 6-2 head-to-head edge in favor of the 5'9" David Ferrer over the 6'6" Juan Martin del Potro. In fact, Ferrer eliminated del Potro from imbledon last year in the Round of 16, and has never lost to the Argentine on grass. There's no question that del Potro is playing some of his best tennis and Ferrer is not (The Argentine has won all 12 sets he has played this year while the Spaniard has (of course) also won 12 sets but he's also lost five sets in four rounds. I am quite confident that del Potro will win at least set against Ferrer but I'm also pretty sure that he will not win three. PREDICTION: Ferrer.