155343_1732680438479_1321627_nI had some good upset picks in the first week. Who can forget my Monfils beating Berdych on Day 1 or my Nishikori beating Paire or sticking with Wawrinka to rout Jerzy boy? Yes, I did miss a few: Gulbis over Monfils, Anderson over Ferrer and Verdasco over Tipsarevic. As I write this, Djoko has lost the first set to Kohlschreiber who even my 7-year-old son who knows almost every player doesn't know. Kholy is one of those players who easily forgettable. He's mostly remembered for his beautiful one handed backhand and how he pushes the top players in big matches, but never beats them. He's drop-shotting Djoko well here, but I don't expect the Serbian to lose this match.The two big matches of the day are Nadal-Nishikori and Wawrinka-Gasquet. You remember a few weeks ago after Wawa had beaten Ferrer in the Lisbon finals and Kei had knocked off Federer in Madrid, I said watch out for these two lesser-ranked players. And I'm sticking to my guns today. Nadal has been shaky all the first week. He almost went down two sets to Daniel Brands. He lost the first set to Klizan. I think you can flirt with disaster against those players, but not Nishikori. I think the young Japanese player via Bollettieri's will efficiently take down the Spaniard and go down into the eons with Robin Soderling to take down Nadal at the French.Wawa-Gasquet should be a beautiful match between the two best one handed bh hitters in the game, but I think Wawa is just too strong for the temperamental Frenchman. Wawa might be beaten in this slam, but it's not going to be by a non-Top fiver who will do it. And Wawa might just not lose and win his first slam!Today is the whopper of upset days at the French, particularly if Kohly can shock the world.