In the fourth round Hewitt could meet the third seeded Novak Djokovic of Serbia. Djokovic, only 20 years old, is already
an all court player and 2007 US Open finalist. Head to head the two players are tied 1-1 with Djokovic winning their last meeting
at Wimbledon last year 7-6(12-10), 7-6(7-2), 4-6, 7-6(7-5). Hewitt's defense will not be enough to stop Djokovic, but it could
be a five set thriller.
In other men's play world number one Roger Federer of Switzerland is still executing better than the other ATP Tour players.
He hits all the tough shots and makes them look easy. American James Blake will test Federer in the quarterfinals. But in the
final Federer will once again defeat Andy Roddick of the USA in a rematch of last year's US Open final.
This could be a great rivalry: Federer versus Roddick. But first Roddick would need to post more wins. As it stands now Federer
leads Roddick head to head 15-1, winning the last 11 meetings which has to be disheartening for Roddick.