Blake always seems to do pretty well against Hewitt when they play in a Grand Slam.
Anyway, it's a whole new ballgame when somebody plays Federer. I don't know if how Hewitt played Blake is any more a true indicator as how Federer played Suzuki was. Blake has one of the biggest forehands in tennis, and I heard he said he was going back to a go-for-broke style of play. He's one of the very quickest guys on tour, and when he's moving well and his forehands falling in, he can give anybody problems.
Like somebody said on a different thread, I'd like to see how Federer would do against Tim Henman. Are they even in the same section?