Alex Molcan d Fernando Verdasco 6-2 6-0
Another battle of the lefties in Belgrade, as Molcan dismissed Verdasco in 62minutes. Molcan's flatter groundstrokes meant the Spaniard had less time to recover, especially when placed down the line.
Andrej Martin d Dusan Lajovic (5) 3-6 6-3 6-4
It was Lajovic's second serve weakness that allowed Martin to get back into the game, and play more free in the comeback. The Serb looked to go down a notch, allowing the Slovakian to comeback. Early in the second set, the commentators mentioned "Lajovic was a different player", becoming more defensive, and giving the reigns to the world no 119. Martin continued to come to the net, with his volleys working very well.
Federico Delbonis d Roberto Carballes Baena (Walkover)
Novak Djokovic (1) d Federico Coria 6-1 6-0
Another straight forward match for the world no 1, but not without a break from Coria! Djokovic is not playing his most superb tennis, but just ensuring he is fit for Roland Garros in a few days. Coria actually didn't play bad at all, but when one comes against the world no 1, they need to step it up a couple of gears to be competitive against them.