David Ferrer will be looking for revenge over Rafael Nadal when they meet in the French Open quarter-finals later this week.
The Spanish pair met in last year's showpiece as Nadal lifted his eighth Roland Garros crown but Ferrer has won three of their four meetings since.
He hopes for a fourth success later this week after he brushed past Kevin Anderson in his fourth round match with a 6-3 6-3 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 win.
"I always try to get revenge of Rafael," said the 32-year-old . "He has beaten me many times, more times than I have beaten him!
"I will try to play aggressively with my forehand and try to finish the points at the net. But of course it's going to be difficult with Rafael on a clay court.
"Tactically, I will have to be perfect. I hope that I will instill some doubts in Rafa's mind, but if we play at our best level, both of us, he will be the better player. So I will pull out all the stops to play well without making errors, and we'll see what's going to happen."
Ferrer was in fine form on Monday to send 19th seed Anderson crashing out of the tournament, and the Spaniard was pleased with his display as he reached a 10th consecutive grand slam quarter-final.
"It was really tough," he added. "Kevin played a really good match.
"When I won the two sets it was really tough. I'm happy I'm in quarter-final here in Paris."