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Forget stop. How about just get a set off one of them? The Big Four are rolling through the draw with exceptional ease.
With Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal now through to the quarterfinals in the bottom half of the draw, the top four men's seeds have lost a combined one set in 13 matches (Federer was the beneficiary of an earlier walkover), winning the set count by a whopping 40-1 margin.
The game has never seen such an impressive display of tennis or such utter dominance. Bernard Tomic, the big hope and supposedly Federer's biggest challenge to date, got crushed by the 16-time Grand Slam champion who put on an utter clinic in front of a rather deflated crowd.
Nadal who was supposed to be battling lingering knee issues, hasn't dropped more than four games in a set, breezing by countryman and 18th seed Feliciano Lopez in two and a half hours.
Meanwhile, on the top half of the draw, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have both made quick work of their opponents, with Murray the only one to drop a set, losing one in his first round match against American Ryan Harrison.