Daniil Medvedev (1) d Corentin Moutet 6-4 6-2
Moutet started 4-1 up against Medvedev, and fans were worried if he was going to crumble like he did last week vs Struff, but Medvedev found his groove, winning 11 of the next 13 games to claim the victory. Moutet seemed to want to mimic Medvedev's funny style of play, leading the Russian to pounce and leave Moutet behind.
Adrian Mannarino d Dominic Thiem (2) 2-5 (WALKOVER)
Thiem started off strong, leading 5-2, but a late shot led to a bad wrist, forcing the 2nd seed to retire.
Casper Ruud (5) d Tennys Sandgren 6-3 6-4
Ruud was consistent as always, getting the job done against the American, providing no break point opportunities for Sandgren to even attempt converting.
Ugo Humbert (7) d Miomir Kecmanovic 4-6 7-6(3) 6-2
In a beautiful comeback, Humbert won the tiebreaker convincingly and rushed through the third set. He no doubt is a bit tired, and faces big American Sam Querrey in the next round. Humbert serving 17 aces of his own to continue to build a strong rapport on grass.
Feliciano Lopez d Karen Khachanov (6) 4-6 6-2 6-4
Feli Lopez's game is just too classy, and thought it could disrupt Khachanov's mentality. The Russian has turned into someone who someone is not sure if they will turn up or not. Lopez pounced on the opportunity for a comeback, and broke 5 times throughout the match to snatch the final two sets.