Roger Federer advances as Stanislas Wawrinka
Roger Federer moved in the quarter-finals of the PNB Paribas Open at Indian Wells on March 12 after Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka and Wimbledon winner Andy Murray both knock down in the fourth round. In a contest full of shocks, Federer smack a blow for the old world command with a 6-4 6-4 victory next to German Tommy Haas. The single competitor left in the men’s draw with an upper position than world number eight Federer is Serbian Novak Djokovic, who was due to play Marin Cilic in Wednesday’s night match.
Wawrinka and Murray connected the big-name fatalities when the duo smashed to lesser-ranked challengers on an extra day of troubles in the Californian desert.
Anderson said that,”It wasn’t really on my mind that he had won Australia. It feels great to beat somebody who obviously has just won a grand slam.”
Murray told reporters,”To get broken two consecutive times in that situation isn’t good enough. I played poor tennis at that stage. I didn’t make enough balls and I missed some really easy shots. It’s tough to win matches like that, because against him, he obviously wins a lot of free points with his serve. So over the course of the set, if you give up enough unforced errors on basic shots, then with the amount of free points he gets on his serve, that’s going to add up to a negative result.”