Guido Pella comes in fresh and I think he’ll push Milos Raonic to the brink. Pella enters off a straight sets win over Keving Anderson, which took 32 games to decide. Pella would go on to connect on 76 percent of his first serves. He enters with three straight victories overall and he’s won three of his last five matches on grass. Raonic advanced in straight sets over Reilly Opelka, which took 28 games to decide and in which he hit a remarkable 93 percent of his first serves. He’s now won five of his last six on grass. Raonic is arguably playing his best tennis of his career, but Pella won’t be rolling over and I expect him to give the hard-serving Canadian everything he can handle.