Federer breezes through to fourth round at Indian Wells

Federer breezes through to fourth round at Indian Wells

The Israeli only qualified for the contest as a lucky loser, while Edmund―appearing in his first match since the Australian Open―was widely backed as a dark horse to go deep into the tournament.

Federer, who led by a set when play was halted due to rain at 2-2 on Saturday night, staved off a set point in a tiebreak to beat Delbonis 6-3 7-6 (8-6). Federer continues his ridiculous stretch of winning tennis, as he's lost just two matches since the 2017 US Open and has won 10 straight sets. He is looking to win at Indian Wells for a record sixth time, after setting a record previous year as the oldest player ever to win the event.

Djokovic took six months off after Wimbledon a year ago and returned in January's Australian Open where he lost in the fourth round.

The 36-year-old had failed to win a Grand Slam title since 2012 when he chose to end his season after Wimbledon in July, 2016, which raised a number of questions about his future in the game. "Nerves were there. I made so many unforced errors".

The 10th-seeded Djokovic acknowledged his poor performance against the world's 109th-ranked player.

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He had elbow surgery in Switzerland shortly after that. The top seed fended off a set point in the tiebreak to beat Delbonis 6-3 7-6 (6). "Very weird. I mean, I just completely lost rhythm, everything". Yuki Bhambri of India pulled off a surprise when he toppled ninth-seeded Frenchman Lucas Pouille 6-4 6-4.

The 36-year-old will play Jeremy Chardy in the fourth round.

"I'm just happy that I managed to recover that quickly after surgery and just get out on the court", he added.

Borna Coric of Croatia upset 13th seed Roberto Bautista Agut 6-1 6-3 and Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta defeated Daniil Medvedev 6-1 7-5.

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