Wildcard Steve Johnson takes on Holland's Igor Sijsling in the final night match on day two of ATP Los Angeles.
Johnson may be ranked a mere 362 in the world but do not be fooled for the 22 year old has built up quite a reputation for himself in the States having become the most decorated college player in NCAA history over the past few years, winning his last 72 matches. Unsurprisingly, Johnson's first serious strides on the professional tour last year resulted in considerable success, he pushed Alex Bogomolov to five sets at the US Open and won two futures events at a canter.
Now going full-time on the tour from this summer onwards, he's benefiting from plenty of wildcards and he saw off Donald Young in the first round of Atlanta last week before falling in two close tiebreaks to US Open junior champion Jack Sock.
However 24 year old Sijsling is in the form of his life and having spent most of his career to date languishing on the challenger circuit, he's finally closing in on a coveted place in the top 100. He's at a career high ranking of 102 after making the Granby Challenger final last week and he could bring Johnson back down to earth tonight.
Prediction: Sijsling in two.