Day 2 of the ATP tournament in Mallorca won't include any of the top 4 seeds or players projected to perform well at Wimbledon, but there are still plenty of close and intriguing matches.
Lopez seems done after a lengthy and successful ATP career, whereas Griekspoor is progressively establishing himself as a circuit regular, even on grass.
Agut has struggled this season, but he plays his best on grass. His Wimbledon semifinal is his greatest Slam performance, and he always plays well on surface, unlike Daniel.
The Spaniard should have little trouble regaining form before Wimbledon.
Ivashka has won four straight, most recently at Den Bosch on turf.
Delbonis isn't comfortable on grass, but his opponent has struggled even at challenger level. Delbonis should win this one.