Day 9 of the Indian wells started up in the men’s category(ATP) well for the top seeds
Jannik Sinner 2-0 Adrian Mannarino
It was a straight-set win for the Italian number 11 seed, Jannik Sinner over Adrian Mannarino. He won the first set with a tiebreaker 9-7 after a 6-6 tie, then went ahead to win the second set 6-4.
Jack Draper 2-0 Andy Murray
It was a British affair where the former British number one was defeated by his countryman in straight sets. Draper pull a huge upset when he took the first set through a tiebreaker 8-6 and later took the second 6-2. Jack Draper after the game was overwhelmed by the victory over Andy Murray, who he called his inspiration.
Carlos Alcaraz 2-0 Tallon Griekspoor
The number one seed Carlos Alcaraz had no trouble in overcoming his opponent as the 19-year-old took the game in two sets winning the first after a tiebreaker (7-4) and taking the second 6-3.
Daniil Medvedev 2-1 Alexander Zverev
Despite losing the first set 7-5 in a tiebreaker, Daniil rallied back and took the next two sets( 7⁷-6⁵, 7-5) to beat the number 12 seed, Alex Zverev.
Andrey Rublev 0-2 Cameron Norie
The number 10 seed, Cameron Norrie came out big as he defeated the 6th seed, Andrey Rublev in straight sets 2-6 and 4-6.
The games continue on Day 10 with the next round of fixtures set to go down as follows:
Frances Tiafoe vs Alejandro Tabilo
Carlos Alcaraz vs Jack Draper
Jannik Sinner vs Stan Wawrinka
Tommy Paul vs Felix Aliassime
In the Women’s Category(WTA), huge upsets also went down as top seed like Ons Jabeur is out.
Ons Jabeur 0-2 Markéta Vondroušovà
The number 4 seed, Ons Jabeur was defeated in straight sets (6⁵-7⁷, 4-6) by the unseeded Markéta Vondroušovà
Iga Swiatek 2-0 Bianca Andreesu
The number one seed, Iga Swiatek eased through to the next round by defeating number 32 seed Bianca Andreesu in straight sets 6-3, 7⁷-6¹.
Coco Guaff 2-1 Rebecca Peterson
Coco Guaff recorded an apprehensive win over an unseeded Swede. She won the first set 6-3, then lost the second 1-6 and held on, and took the third 6-4.
Exciting games are set to be going down in the WTA too:
Coco Gauff vs Aryna Sabalenka
Iga Swiatek vs Emma Raducanu
Petra Kvitová vs Jessica Pegula