Projected Winners in BOLD
Gentlemen’s Quarterfinal Predictions
David Ferrer (ESP)  v Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG)  – This match features a major contrast in playing style and stature. Despite all of the differences, this match is nearly a 50-50 proposition. Ferrer’s Grand Slam record over the past 52 weeks is 20-3. JMDP is an underdog, but I think his potential to get free points off of his serve and his ability to crack returns will lead the Argentine to a close 4 or 5 set victory.
Fernando Verdasco (ESP) v Andy Murray (GBR)  – Verdasco reaching the quarters can hopefully relaunch his career as a player in big events. Murray is the #2 player in the world and grass might be his best surface given his 2008-2013 Wimbledon results, 3 Queen’s Club titles, and Olympic Gold on grass. Murray should win the match 3 or 4 sets.
Novak Djokovic (SRB)  v Tomas Berdych (CZE)  – The big Czech beat Nole at Wimbledon 2010. I t could happen again, but I am not expecting it given the 2011 champion’s form. Novak is playing great tennis and looks to be in a great groove. I think Nole wins this match in 3 or 4 sets.
Lukasz Kubot (POL) v Jerzy Janowicz (POL)  – I think Jerzy wins this match. If he does, I think he will have a decent shot at breaking a lot of hearts in the UK by reaching the final. I think Jerzy wins this match in 3 sets.