On the other hand, Paes and Nestor who were seeded 11th, lost to eighth seed Bruno Soares and Alexander Peya. Soares and Peya started the match on a positive note winning 13 out of 17 first serve points, also earning the only break point to take the first set 6-3. The second set saw similar results in favour of the eighth seeds as they played aggressively and winning two out of two break points to win the set and go two set-up in the match. The 11th seeds Paes and Nestor returned strongly in the third set as they won 13 out of 15 first serve points and winning two break points out of four to take the third set 6-3. The fourth set also saw positive results coming their way as some hard-fought tennis helped them level things up.
The fifth set saw Soares and Peya coming back to rhythm as they again played aggressively winning 19 out of 23 first serve points and also winning two crucial break points out of four to seal the fifth set and the match and enter the quarter-finals in style. In the boys' singles, India's Sumit Nagal lost to Argentine Juan Pablo Ficovich 7-5, 2-6, 4-6 in the first round. Sumit got off to a positive start winning two break points and thus winning the first set 7-5, but the Argentine came back strongly into the match in the second set winning 10 out of 11 first serve points and winning two out of three break points to level things up. The third set also saw Ficovich starting aggressively delivering two aces at a crucial time and earning a break point which sealed the math for him.