The Serbian Novak Djokovic , world number one, Briton Andy Murray (No.2), the Swiss Roger Federer (N.3), Spanish David Ferrer (N.4) and Argentina's Juan Monaco , among others, have achieved Thursday their qualification for the 1000 Masters quarters of Paris-Bercy.
Djokovic, who is still recovering from his physical problems this season finale, won by fellow comeback included and measured in the next round to Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (No.6), which eliminated the Italian Andreas Seppi 6 -3 and 6-4.
Andy Murray also physical problems, if any pain in his thigh, he managed to turn seal his move to a more comfortable, with a double 6-2 against American Andy Roddick.
The recent winner of Basel, the Swiss Roger Federer , former world number one and four in the ATP present, also played without difficulty after beating the Frenchman 6-2 6-4 Richard Gasquet (N.16).
Fish could miss Masters
The surprise came in the picture side of American Mardy Fish (N.7), who had to leave because of injury to Argentine Juan Monaco, when he was leading 2-1 in the third set, after having taken the first set (6 - 1) and losing the second 7-6 (8 / 6).
Fish is therefore doubtful for the season-ending Masters in London (20-27 November), so that this Thursday had achieved mathematical classification, as the Frenchman Tsonga and Czech Tomas Berdych (N.5 ), which eliminated the Serbian Janko Tipsarevic 7-5, 6-4.
Monaco, meanwhile, will meet on Friday in the quarterfinals for Federer, who has never managed to play the final of this tournament and is especially motivated to break their curse'',''so that the Argentine will be very difficult to continue in the tournament.