2021 WTA Indian Wells

fundrazer

Legend
Think Badosa should get through this but I've had a hard time calling a lot of these matches.

All even now after she started off with a quick 2-0 though.
 

Fedeonic

Hall of Fame
I know it's late, but it's the first time that I watched Ons Jabeur and I fell in love with her game, such an artist.
 

slipgrip93

Semi-Pro
Badosa has evolved. Nice backhand volley on that point for 30-0 this past game, instead of just drive volleys she used to do to be similar to Sharapova.
 

Mark-Touch

Hall of Fame
Badosa has evolved. Nice backhand volley on that point for 30-0 this past game, instead of just drive volleys she used to do to be similar to Sharapova.
I haven't watched a lot of the match so far, but I haven't seen her attempt a drop shot yet, when
she had so many great opportunities.
 

Mark-Touch

Hall of Fame
I don't think many of the players have been informed that when there is an electronic call that's OUT,
it is coupled with its accompanying video that shows the ball OUT.
So challenging the call will ALWAYS be FUTILE!
 

Mark-Touch

Hall of Fame
Wow first time watching Badosa play.
She's got an almost perfect/ideal tennis build and
moves really well too!
I'm impressed.
Easy on the eyes too. :)
 

fundrazer

Legend
Setting the over/under for breaks of serve at 10.

Ostapenko holds to start, but Azarenka definitely going for aggressive returns. Ostapenko actually came up with a brilliant running forehand down the line on the first point.
 

fundrazer

Legend
Game went by kinda fast. 2-0 lead for Ostapenko.

Same start Pegula had the other night before that went downhill. Let's see if Ostapenko can consolidate.
 

Mark-Touch

Hall of Fame
Osta is a cleverer player!
That woman looked a lot like Monica Seles! (the woman in the stands, not Osta)
 
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AM75

Hall of Fame
Stupid-unforced-errors-enko is back. Azarenka is playing bad. But Ostapenko is abysmal in the 2nd set.
 
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