Federer rolls into fourth round of Indian Wells

Federer rolls into fourth round of Indian Wells

Federer rolls into fourth round of Indian Wells

"Very weird. I completely lost rhythm", said the Serb.

The former world No. 1 is making a cautious return to the ATP Tour after stopping his 2017 season following Wimbledon, due to a right elbow injury.

Verdasco's first serve proved almost unplayable in the deciding set of the second round match as he improved his career head-to-head record against Dimitrov to 2-2.

"I just struggled also a little bit with the health the last couple of weeks".

Djokovic had four aces but overall he served poorly making four double faults and winning just 65 percent of his first-serve points.

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Elsewhere, world number one Roger Federer booked his place in the third round with a 6-3 7-6 (8-6) victory over Argentina's Federico Delbonis.

It was a routine day for Federer, who saw off his Serbian opponent 6-2 6-1 on Stadium 1.

"I was feeling like he was not loving my slice and I was also mixing in dropshots", said Federer who extended his ideal record this season to 14-0.

Federer will face 25th-seed Filip Krajinovic in the third round.

It was another snag in the return for world No13 Djokovic, who admitted he lacked composure while playing in just his second event of 2018 and first since having surgery. "But at the same time, I just didn't feel good at all", he added.

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"I think it's only (a matter of) time to get where he deserves to be", said Del Potro. "Just one of those days when you're not able to find the rhythm from the baseline, especially the backhand side". "And even though you don't have pain, you are still thinking about it, because it has been something that I have been feeling and dragging for over two years", Djokovic said.

The match started after a two-hour-plus delay and the Swiss raced away to bag the first set 6-3 but rain played spoilsport and stopped the game at 2-2 in the second set.

Britain's Kyle Edmund, who had been out of action with a hip injury since making the semi-finals at the Australian Open lost out to Israel's Dudi Sela.

"But he's strong enough to deal with that, and I love him and I want to see him in the top positions very soon".

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