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Federer and Nadal have won Indian Wells and will face each other again: a schedule of tennis classics and TV




Federer and his drive to Indian Wells' Cement. Credit: USA Today Sports

Swiss

Roger Federer

On Friday, Hubert Hurkacz of Poland was defeated in the second set,

Rafael Nadal

In the semifinals

1000 owners of Indian Wells.

After Switzerland's victory, Spain defeated Karen Kakanov of Russia 7-6 and confirmed that the great classics of modern tennis will be played again on Saturday.

Federer did not show mercy to his rivals and handed him double 6-4 in just 1 hour and 14 minutes. "I am very happy, I have scored very convincingly.

Switzerland dominated the contest in the contest, signing an 84% stratosphere record of points with the first service (26/31). So when he got the permission again (4-2), he overcame the game and had problems with the rest of the players until he proved the first break of the first set in the fifth game.

The second time was a third of the break (2-1) and Federer was sweating in the sixth game. Switzerland kept his composure and settled in a wonderful game.


Nadal suffered some pain but won against Federer.
Nadal suffered some pain but won against Federer. Source: AP

Federer is waiting for Nadal. He is a rival and friend who has faced 38 times throughout his career and has a balance of 23 to 15 for the Spaniards.

Saturday's game will be played in the semi-finals between Dominic Thiem and Milos Raonic, starting at 15 (Argentine time). Both games are aired by ESPN.

"The rest should be more focused than my level, there was a legendary game and we were very excited about it," he said at a virtual meeting with Nadal.

Nadal suffered a right knee injury in Game 2 of the second round, but in two hours and 17 minutes, 7-6 (7/2) and 7-6 (7/2)

"My career has been that way, and I have suffered misfortune for a number of reasons, but it was not every day that I could play in the fourth quarter finals at Indian Wells," the winner said in front of the crowd.

"I have already been injured several times and I am delighted to be in the semifinals," said the 39th Spanishman in the match against Federer.


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