Djokovic is in blinding form, winning every event he has entered in 2011 (Australian Open, Dubai Open, Indian Wells) and will surely go far in his quest to reclaim his 2007 title here.
That quarter is probably the toughest of the four and Djokovic shares it with Andy Murray, out to emulate success here in ’09.
The Scot is 16/1 at Bwin and has tailed off a touch since losing the Australian Open final and so no signs of form going into this one. Another challenger in that quarter is Fenando Verdasco but at 80/1 (Coral), is unlikely to trouble Djokovic should they meet meaning the Serb could have a very decent run to the final.
Rafa Nadal should have no problem making the semis, he is 11/4 outright with Unibet and has a potential semi clash with either Federer or Roddick.
David Ferrer has a decent looking quarter and at 70′s (Betdaq) could be a good outside chance as he could well make the semis.
Wednesday 23 March:
Dodig, I v Golubev, A (14:00 GMT)
Benneteau, J v Gimeno-Traver, D (15:00 GMT)
Nieminen, J v Kukushkin, M (15:00 GMT)
Tomic, B v Andujar, P (15:00 GMT)
Becker, B v Granollers, M (16:00 GMT)
Davydenko, N v Anderson, K (16:00 GMT)
Devvarman, S v Starace, P (17:00 GMT)
Del Potro, JM v Mello, R (18:00 GMT)
Giraldo, S v Andreev, I (18:00 GMT)