World number one, NovacDjokovic, had to go to the third set for the second time this tournament in his match against Thomaz Bellucci, number 68 in the ATP ranking, after his previous match against Nicolas Almagro went the same distance. Nole has played well so far, as a top tennis tipster would expect, but he has looked increasingly tired, suggesting that his break at the Madrid Open might not have been enough with the Rolland Garros starting next week. In the next round the Serbian number one will face Japan’s Kei Nishikori and things will be a lot more complicated in this one, even if a top betting expert is certain that Nole will up his game for sure. British number 1, Andy Murray pulled out of his match, stating that he felt exhausted and would need to recover in time for Paris (as did American Serena Williams), but Spanish star RafaNadal looked a really cool customer against lanky American John Isner limiting himself to getting a break from the big server and taking home the sets with ease. Even if Nadal made it look easy in this match, a top tennis betting pick will suggest that thing will be considerably more difficult against Swiss number two Stan Wawrinka, who defeated the young Austrian starlet Dominic Thiem. Fan favourite, Federer looked like winning his match with ease when his opponent decided he was going to put up a fight and after putting together a winning run of 12 points to Roger’s 3, drew the second set level at 5-5. The momentum really seemed to have shifted, right up until Roger upped his game once more and managed to win the set, and match, 6-3 7-5. A tennis betting expert is sure that Federer is in great shape, even with that short distraction in the second set, and is in his picks for the final victory on Sunday but before the former number 1 can contemplate this, he will have to be very wary of his next match against Berdych who had a more difficult time against local hero Fognini. The other Spaniard left in the draw, David Ferrer, easily won his derby match against Garcia Lopez 6-1, 6-3 in less than an hour and a half and will now face Belgian, David Goffin. Kei Nishikori also took less than an hour and a half to defeat his opponent, Serbian Viktor Troicki 6-4, 6-3, and under the watchful eye of his coach Michael Change, a top tennis tipster is convinced the Japanese number 1 will give the reigning champion NovacDjokovic a run for his money.