Indian Wells Masters 2015: Rafa Nadal To Eight
The Spaniard Rafa Nadal (3) not play well on Tuesday won the American Donald Young and qualified for the second round in the BNP Paribas Masters in Indian Wells as the Catalan Tommy Robredo who won a great victory over Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in three sets. Roger Federer was the one who closed the night by defeating Italian Andreas Seppi (30).
Roberto Bautista Agut, the third Spanish lower sector was left out losing in three sets to American Jack Sock . They also won the passing round the Frenchman Gilles Simon (13), Czech Tomas Berdych (9) and Lukas Rosol (27) and Canadian Milos Raonic (6).
Rafa was not fine with the service and in the opener against Sijsling and had percentages of relatively discrete effectiveness in their home match against Donald Young, but the American gave many licenses in the same category.
The game was not good, many mistakes in both but Rafa was wrong less, especially in the second set and won by weight of his tennis 6-4 6-2 in 1 hour 20 minutes. The Spaniard will forget this lackluster presentation if it is to overcome the next opponent, Frenchman Gilles Simon that will certainly require more. The Frenchman knocked out German Michael Berrer 6-2 7-5 but also showed some doubts in the second set.
In the same quadrant Tommy Robredo in 1 hour 46 minutes talented defeated Grigor Dimitrov 6-4 1-6 7-5 was now 2-1 in their personal duels with Bulgarian. Catalan have to deal now with the fearsome kick the Canadian Milos Raonic who beat the Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov in just under an hour and a half 7-6 (2) 6-4 with 12 aces in favor.
Following the activity at the bottom of the table, Castellon Roberto Bautista Agut failed with the young Jack Sock, one of those called to be leaders in the American tennis star as needed. At 22 Nebraska native sneaks for the first time among the top 16 Masters 1000 and made coming from behind to win 3-6 6-3 6-2.
The fence now start building a dream is Roger Federer. Former number one avenged the painful defeat in the Australia Open against Italian Andreas Seppi 6-3 beating him 6-4 in one hour 22 minutes with three breaks of serve and yielding once own.
Another key knockout in the California desert will be made by Czech Tomas Berdych and Lukas Rosol. The top ten settled the American Steve Johnson in just 72 minutes 6-4 6-2 7 aces and losing just three points on first serve. Rosol pulled out his match against Dutchman Robin Haase – Stanislas Wawrinka executioner – three-fought sets 6-4 6-7 (4) 7-6 (3) that lasted 2 hours 38 minutes, by far the longest matches Tuesday.