The Bryan brothers take on Julien Benneteau and Michael Llodra in a pivotal doubles rubber as the USA take on France in the Davis Cup quarter-finals.
The Bryan brothers are the world's number one doubles pairing but they're a little more fallible on clay and they're up against a hugely experienced duo in Benneteau and Llodra so this one should be a fascinating clash with the tie poised at 1-1.
The Bryans' record is well documented, they've won all of the Grand Slams and have been the best doubles pair of the past decade but Llodra has also enjoyed a huge amount of success, winning 23 titles on all surfaces, including two Australian Opens and a Wimbledon title.
Benneteau has done better in singles but he's also had success in the doubles arena, winning six titles and crucially for this match, he's very comfortable on clay.
The opening day's singles rubbers saw Jo-Wilfried Tsonga grind out a four set win over Ryan Harrison before John Isner coolly defeated Gilles Simon in straight sets to level the match. With Isner looking the most impressive man on day one it heaps just a little bit of extra pressure on the French pair to get a result here as you'd give Isner a very decent shot of upsetting Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first of the reverse singles rubbers on day four.