Djokovic is the main story this year as he's going for the career slam. He's got to beat the most impressive newcomer on the tour in Gregor Dimitrov ('Baby Federer') in the third round. Dimitrov beat Djokovic in their last meeting in Madrid and he nearly beat Nadal, also on clay, in Monte Carlo. Also, Djokovic and Nadal are on the same side of the draw so if they meet this year it'll be in the semi-final. Federer, Ferrer, and Tsonga will be relieved to be on the the other half of the draw. Also good news for them is that Andy Murray and Juan-Martin Del Potro are out injured and Tomas Berdych has already lost his first round match - to Gael Monfils:icon_sad:. I'm afraid the women's side does not look good from our perspective. Even though this is Serena Williams' worst surface she's been wiping the floor with her main competition in the run-up to this tournament.