— Live Tennis (@livetennis) July 2, 2015
I think Kyrgios is closer to his 2014 form at the moment, but I think the result will be similar to last year with Milos winning in a longer match this time around
Predicted Winners in BOLD
 Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) vs  Richard Gasquet (FRA) – The age-old question of the slumping force vs. the inconsistent object? I think Gasquet’s experience to help him advance. This could go either way and could end as a one-sided or close win in either direction. I think Dimitrov is struggling and those struggles will be his undoing.
 Novak Djokovic (SRB) vs  Bernard Tomic (AUS) – I could see Tomic push Novak a bit, but I cannot see Tomic winning this match. If Tomic somehow could, this tournament would become wide-open, and he’d notch his biggest win ever.
 Stan Wawrinka (SUI) vs Fernando Verdasco (ESP) – Does Verdasco have anything left in the tank? If so Hot Sauce and Stan the Man might put on a shotmaking showcase.
 Marin Cilic (CRO) vs  John Isner (USA) – I have gone back and forth on this a lot. Cilic used a lot of energy in his 2nd round match, but I don’t expect Isner to be running him around the court. I settled on CIlic because I think he knows if his well-above average serve succeeds against Isner’s return game that the rest of his skill set should lead him to victory. Isner needs this win in my opinion, but I think Cilic has to be comfortable knowing what he needs to do to win. If Cilic executes, he should prevail.
 Milos Raonic (CAN) vs  Nick Kyrgios (AUS) – I think Nick, despite some bad press, is closer to his 2014 form than Raonic. However, I also think Raonic will eek out a win in 5 sets. These two guys will be blasting huge serves so the ball kids and line judges should take cover.
 David Goffin (BEL) vs Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) – I think Goffin will be steady enough to ride the waves of momentum typical in a Baghdatis match.
 Kevin Anderson (RSA) vs  Leonardo Mayer (ARG) – Mr. Anderson makes his way through.
Denis Kudla (USA) vs Santiago Giraldo (COL) – In 2015, Denis Kudla put in some serious grass court work in the minor leagues of tennis so to speak, and now he has a great chance at the round of 16 at a Grand Slam. He is likely the underdog, but I suspect that is what he prefers.