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Though we've already discussed at length the great upsets the tournament has seen in week one, only one of those came from the gentlemen's draw (granted it was the largest, most important and most shocking).
The reality, though, is that of the top 10 gentlemen's seeds, only two, six and eight are gone. That of course leaves us with one, three, four, five, seven, nine and 10 still in the hunt.
And of those, only two and six did not win a round. While the ladies have one through four still alive, the remainder of their top 10 is a bit muddled.
The ladies' draw is a bit more top heavy than the gentlemen's. But each has had some upsets. They just seem to be fewer, but that may be deceptive.
And that seems to be the grand takeaway thus far at the All England Club. Much of what we think we've learned or hope to have learned is deceptive. Truthfully, I feel no more sure calling a winner for either singles draw today than I did a week ago.
Isn't that the beauty of the sport? Anything can happen.