Providing he's on the opposite side of the draw from Federer. Very impressive serving yesterday, it reminded me of a typical 90s match. He clearly studied Goran's serve. If he was close to unbreakable on the slow court of Miami, he should be even more dangerous on grass. Not many guys are very good on grass nowadays. Hewitt & Roddick are on the decline. This could be a breakthrough tournament for him. I noticed he's had poor results at Wimbledon in the past(even though he was seeded last 2 years) Rafter, Sampras, Krajicek struggled their early years at W. I think mentally, it's tough for some players to adjust to grass initially. He'll probably win very few matches over the claycourt season, so his confidence won't be high going in to Wimbledon. Hopefully, he'll realize what a great opportunity is there for him.