Federer moves on, Stephens loses again at Indian Wells

Don't sleep Novak Djokovic could win it all at Indian Wells Masters

Don't sleep Novak Djokovic could win it all at Indian Wells Masters 9 Mar 2018  View 405 by Dzevad Mesic

Federer hit five aces and won 74 % of his first serve points in the match which took a total of one hour and 41 minutes over the two days. "But at the same time, I just didn't feel good at all".

Federer was at his trademark best, fluid and graceful as the Swiss star broke in the fourth game for a 3-1 lead and never looked back. There's not much to say about Federer that hasn't been said, as the guy has been a machine the last year or so, and he's not slowing down despite turning 37 years old later this summer.

Federer and Delbonis will return to centre court on Sunday, tournament organisers confirmed. Still, Chardy is no longer the top-30 player he was a few years ago, and he's trying to find his form after some wild inconsistencies. The other victory came in Rotterdam.

He said playing matches three days in a row doesn't faze him.

Serena and Venus Williams were to resume their rivalry in a third-round night match, the sisters' earliest meeting since Venus won in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open.

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The world No. 25 had been scheduled to face Argentina's Leonardo Mayer in a second-round match. The final score was 7-6, 4-6, 6-1. "Back in the day, I used to play six matches in a row".

Amid a conversation with the umpire and Delbonis on court, Federer could be heard telling his Argentine opponent: "I can start but if you don't wanna start we don't have to".

"I was playing aggressive and feeling like he was not loving my slice, and then also mixing in with drop shots eventually", Federer said afterwards". Still, picking against Federer in his current form isn't an option.

Federer's decision to skip the clay previous year paid off as it kept him fresh enough for another Wimbledon title and healthy for most of the last half of 2017.

Spanish veterans David Ferrer and Feliciano Lopez recorded routine straight-sets wins over Tennys Sandgren and Ernesto Escobedo respectively while Philipp Kohlschreiber outlasted Tim Smyczek.

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