Two players here who would rather be playing on red, Fernando Verdasco and Juan Ignacio Londero may well cancel each other out here in their play styles, which could leave it all down to experience.
It is a shame, from a British perspective, that Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie will meet so soon in the tournament with Dan Evans through to the same stage of the competition.
The West Indies’ disappointing World Cup campaign all but ended on Saturday with their loss to New Zealand and it will take some turnaround for them to pick themselves up to beat India.
Spain are looking to make it through to the EURO U21 final for the fourth time in five tournaments against France who were last at the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 2006 when they also reached the semi-finals.
Roosevelt Roberts makes his third UFC appearance and is looking to stretch his unbeaten record but Vinc Pichel is out to prove there are no easy rides in the lightweight division.
Defending UEFA European Under-21 Championship holders Germany face a potentially tricky semi-final encounter against a Romania side who have impressed in making it through to this stage of the tournament.
Anthony ‘Rocco’ Martin is surging up towards the rankings by displaying his exceptional grappling skills but the litmus test in grappling is surviving a fight with arguably the best submission artist in MMA – Demian Maia.
Drew Dober and Marco Polo Reyes are both coming off losses but head to Minneapolis confident of picking up a win and proving they are still a threat in the stacked lightweight division.
After Lewis Hamilton’s masterclass demonstration in France where he comfortably cruised to victory, Mercedes and Hamilton are expected to dominate in Austria.
Johnson and Hurkacz both share Craig Boyton as their coach and they will face each other for the first time in the second round at Eastbourne.
Egypt overcame their opening night nerves to see of a stubborn Zimbabwe side to claim the spoils in their Group A encounter that kicked off the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Lajovic won the only previous encounter against Querrey at the 2016 Australian Open when the American retired with the game tied after four sets.
Uganda were impressive winners in their opening match of Group A as they took advantage of DR Congo’s lacklustre performance.