[1/WC] A Roddick (USA)/Bye A Ramos (ESP) vs. L Rosol (CZE) B Kavcic (SLO) vs. [WC] L Hewitt (AUS)  S Giraldo (COL)/Bye  P Andujar (ESP)/Bye Qualifier vs. G Muller (LUX) T Kamke (GER) vs. A Falla (COL)  J Monaco (ARG)/Bye
 J Isner (USA)/Bye D Sela (ISR) vs. F Volandri (ITA) D Istomin (UZB) vs. M Bachinger (GER)  J Nieminen (FIN)/Bye  D Tursunov (RUS)/Bye S Darcis (BEL) vs. F Gil (POR) R Sweeting (USA) vs. O Rochus (BEL)  M Baghdatis (CYP)/Bye
 K Anderson (RSA)/Bye V Hanescu (ROU) vs. [WC] R Harrison (USA) M Kukushkin (KAZ) vs. J Blake (USA)  R Haase (NED)/Bye  G Dimitrov (BUL)/Bye [WC] D Young (USA) vs. M Berrer (GER) C Berlocq (ARG) vs. A Haider-Maurer (AUT)  A Dolgopolov (UKR)/Bye
 N Davydenko (RUS)/Bye Qualifier vs. A Mannarino (FRA) A Golubev (KAZ) vs. M Gonzalez (ARG)  S Stakhovsky (UKR)/Bye  I Kunitsyn (RUS)/Bye Qualifier vs. Qualifier B Tomic (AUS) vs. I Andreev (RUS)  J Melzer (AUT)/Bye
Marcos finished strongly on Wednesday to dismiss Belgium’s Steve Darcis 7-5, 6-0 and reach the quarter-finals of the Winston-Salem Open.
Trailing 3-5 in the first set, having lost serve in the seventh game, Marcos reeled off 10 straight games to claim victory in 73 minutes.
“I played a very solid match today,” Marcos told his web site. “I returned really well. I am happy that I kept a positive attitude even when I was a break down.”
Marcos is through to his fifth quarter-final of the season and second of the summer, after reaching the last eight in Washington D.C. He goes on to face big-serving American John Isner, whom he will hope to beat for the first time in their third meeting.
“It’s always tough to play against guys like him with big serves,” admitted Marcos. “But I’ll try to get some revenge from Montreal...”
The match is scheduled to take place first on Center Court on Thursday, beginning at 1pm local time (5pm GMT, 8pm Cyprus).