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World Tennis Update: Djokovic Wins Indian Wells Title

Novak Djokovic was declared the BNP Paribas Open champion for the third time after he defeated Roger Federer in a deciding tie-break in the final set 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3). 368 more words

Andy Murray

Episode 21 - Never Give Up [Podcast]

As the sun sets on Indian Wells, we take time to recap a tense Djokovic-Federer final and applaud Flavia Pennetta’s ‘never give up’ spirit this past year. 237 more words

Roger Federer

Match Point

(King Fed holds court during the quarterfinal match against Kevin Anderson on Friday.)

I got to see Roger Federer four days in a row. I’m still pinching myself. 341 more words

Flavia’s Finest Hour

Rarely does a 6-2, 6-1 romp inspire an entire article but Flavia Pennetta’s Indian Wells victory over Agnieszka Radwanska is the rare exception. In about an hour, Pennetta’s win and performance accomplished something that didn’t seem possible a year ago: provide a career-defining moment for a player who didn’t even know she would still be playing. 431 more words


It's annoying...

They can’t let Nole win, without making it about how well Federer lost.  Granted, Federer is Federer, but sometimes the bias just seems too obvious.  (Hot pic at least…) 896 more words

2014 BNP Paribas Open Wrap Up

After bringing the best of the best to Indian Wells, the 2014 BNP Paribas Open has come to an end.

The two weeks brought lots of surprises on the women’s side, with Flavia Pennetta eventually taking the title after pulling off a 6-2, 6-1 victory over a clearly injured Agnieszka Radwanska to capture her first singles title since – wait for it – 2010. 302 more words


Djokovic overcomes Federer to earn Indian Wells title

Novak Djokovic put the brakes on Roger Federer’s impressive start to the 2014 season with a late flurry to earn his third Indian Wells Masters title. 455 more words