LITESPORT I dont think its surprising. Lleytons ball stays very low on the court. Hes certainly capable of playing very well on this surface. Roddick, twice a finalist at SW19, dropped a set for the second successive round yesterday, beating Russian Igor Kunitsyn 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2. And he knows he will have to raise his level of performance against Jurgen Melzer in the third round. London Lite Friday, 26 June 2009 49 FUNINRANKINGS 2009ElectronicArtsInc.EA,EASPORTS,andtheEASPORTSlogoaretrademarksorregisteredtrademarksofElectronicArtsInc.intheU.S.and/orother countries.AllRightsReserved.GrandSlamisaregisteredTrademarkjointlyownedbyAustralianOpen,USOpen,FrenchOpenandWimbledon.Roland-Garros FrenchOpenisregisteredtrademarkoftheFrenchTennisFederation.Usedbypermission.TheUSTAandtheUSOpenBallandFlamedesignareregistered trademarksoftheUnitedStatesTennisAssociation.TheTennisAustralialogoandtheAustralianOpenlogoareregisteredtrademarksofTennisAustraliaLtdand mustnotbereproducedorotherwiseused,inwholeorinpart,withoutthepriorwrittenconsentofTennisAustraliaLtd.ApprovedbytheAllEnglandLawnTennis andCroquetClub,Wimbledon.Allsponsoredproductsandcompanynames,brandnamesandlogosarethepropertyoftheirrespectiveowners.Wiiisatrademark ofNintendo.Allothertrademarksarethepropertyoftheirrespectiveowners. OUT NOW emarksorregisteredtrademarksofElectronicA Live on BBC1, 1.45pm-6pm; BBC2, 5.50pm-8pm THREE CLASHES TO CATCH TONIGHT BY JAMES GOLDMAN THE CHAMPIONSHIPS WIMBLEDON 2009 DAY FIVE Roddick highlights threat of Hewitt as Del Potro crashes Juan way traffic: Lleyton Hewitt ANDY RODDICK is not surprised to see Lleyton Hewitt causing a stir at Wimbledon again. Hewitt, the 2002 champion, provided the biggest upset of the tournament so far when he beat fifth seed Juan Martin Del Potro 6-3, 7-5, 7-5 in the second round yesterday. The Australian will be expected to beat Germanys Philipp Petzschner in the third round and could meet Roddick in the quarter-finals. Sixth seed Roddick, who has lost six of his 11 meetings with Hewitt, said: BY DAVID DIBBLE Fishing for compliments MARDY FISH admits that going up against fourth seed Novak Djokovic on Wimbledons Centre Court later today will seem like a bad dream. The American is enjoying a good season, winning his third career ATP Tour title at Delray Beach in March and equalling his best performance at the All England Club by reaching the third round. But now the 28th seed faces the daunting prospect of taking on Djokovic (right), the 22-year-old Serb who still has a lot to prove after winning a maiden grand slam title in Australia 18 months ago. Fish, 27, said: He moves great, serves real well. He doesnt have any weaknesses at all. Hes one of those guys where, if he plays to his highest capabilities, hell blow you right off the court. Djokovic said: I have no expectations. I cant rate myself as favourite because I think Mardys been playing well. FISH (28) v DJOKOVIC (4) CENTRE COURT, THIRD MATCH WITH so much of the attention centering around Andy Murray and Roger Federer, Djokovic has been able to quietly go about his business without anyone paying too much attention to his progress. Hes in a tough section of the draw, however, even taking into account James Blakes early exit, and the real tests begin this evening with headline writers best friend Mardy Fish (above) likely to send down a barrage of unreturnable serves. Head-to-head: Fish 0 Djokovic 2 Odds: Fish 2-1 Djokovic 2-9 HAAS (24) v CILIC (11) COURT 1, THIRD MATCH Dangerous floater Cilic (right) showed he has the guts to go deep into this tournament after recovering from a set and a break down against Sam Querrey in the last round. Haas (right) is in tip top form himself and this promises to be a classic in which the oddsmakers favour the experienced man -- but the ever improving Cilic looks terrific value at odds against. Head-to-head: Never met Odds: Haas 4-6 Cilic 11-10 S WILLIAMS/V WILLIAMS (4) vLISICKI/WOZNIAK COURT 2, THIRD MATCH BE prepared for the grunt- ometer to go into overdrive this evening as the Williams sisters (below) step up their bid for glory in the womens doubles. There are several young contenders to the crown of Wimbledons queen eardrum wrecker, but the sisters, capable of making the gentlest sliced backhand sound like giving birth to triplets, lead the way when comes to making a racket. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html