Round of 16:
(1) Novak Djokovic over Victor Troicki;
(6) Tomas Berdych over (18) Richard Gasquet;
(3) Roger Federer over (17) Fernando Verdasco;
(11) John Isner over (8) Janko Tipsarevic;
(9) Juan Martin Del Potro over (7) David Ferrer;
(21) Milos Raonic over (4) Andy Murray;
(5) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga over (20) Bernard Tomic;
(2) Rafael Nadal over (22) Aleksandr Dolgopolov.
Djokovic over Berdych:
Federer over Isner;
Del Potro over Raonic;
Nadal over Tsonga.
Federer over Djokovic;
Nadal over Del Potro.
Nadal over Federer.
Round of 16:
(1) Maria Sharapova over (15) Sabine Lisicki;
(8) Angelique Kerber over Kim Clijsters;
Venus Williams over (20) Nadia Petrova;
(11) Li Na over (5) Samantha Stosur;
(6) Serena Williams over Yaroslava Shvedova;
(4) Petra Kvitova over (13) Dominika Cibulkova;
(9) Marion Bartoli over (7) Caroline Wozniacki;
(2) Victoria Azarenka over (22) Julia Goerges.
Sharapova over Kerber;
V. Williams over Na;
S. Williams over Kvitova;
Azarenka over Bartoli.
Sharapova over V. Williams;
S. Williams over Azarenka.
Sharapova over S. Williams.
--It's going to be beyond weird to see no NBC coverage. I've watched NBC cover this tournament since 1973, when I didn't know how to keep score. The first time I did know how to keep score, 1975, a legend from where I grew up (Richmond) won the tournament as Arthur Ashe stunned Jimmy Connors 6-1, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4. I didn't even need to look up the score.
--We won't have NBC, but we will have John McEnroe in the booth. I love it.
--Some of the players now ranked below 32 used to be among the world's top five, so we have some high-profile first-round matches: Murray vs. Nikolay Davydenko, Djokovic vs. Juan Carlos Ferrero, Clijsters vs. Jelena Jankovic, and Tsonga vs. Lleyton Hewitt. In another intriguing duel, it's Janko Tipsarevic vs. David Nalbandian. If he doesn't pull another Rockettes impression, Nalbandian could win.
--The second round could pit Isner against Nicolas Mahut in a rematch of their unforgettable match that the former Georgia star won 70 games to 68 in the fifth set. Will there be a "Marathon Men" sequel?
--After a heart procedure, Mardy Fish is back -- and seeded No. 10. How I would love to see him fare well.
--Two former CAA stars will be in doubles action. William and Mary great Megan Moulton-Levy qualified in women's doubles with Lindsay Lee-Waters, and Old Dominion product Izak van der Merwe teamed with Washington Kastles star Bobby Reynolds to make the men's doubles draw.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times