Indian Wells Tennis Results 2022: Final Female and Men’s Half Match | Bleacher News

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We have reached the last few games in the group competition at the 2022 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells.

Saturday shows the last two semi-finals in a one-man match. The first match was all about Spain, as 18-year-old Carlos Alcaraz Garfia pitted against the famous Rafael Nadal. In the second game, it was American Taylor Fritz against Andrey Rublev.

There will be a men’s and women’s competition on Sunday, with the last one set in stone. It is a top-10 match, with world 4 Iga Swiatek and 6 countries Maria Sakkari fighting.

Here is a look at what you will be watching in the last two days at Indian Wells.

The final look of the women

There is more than a name in the threat when Swiatek and Sakkari meet on Sunday. Ben Rothenberg of Per Racquet Magazine, winner to enter under No. 1 Ashleigh Barty in WTA rankings:

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Maria Sakkari defeated Paula Badosa 6-2. 4-6, 6-1 to the final of the Indian Wells, the most in his career. Sakkari vs Iga Swiatek on Sunday for title. The winner will be # 2 on the WTA level.

Swiatek is playing perhaps the best tennis of his youth career as he seeks to hold the second and third Masters 1000 titles of the year. The 20-year-old won the Qatar Open in February and has won 10 games. Facing veteran Simona Halep in the semifinals, Swiatek found himself on holiday in each series before coming back on the run and coming out on top with a 7-6 (6), 6-4 victory.

Powerful thinking and fighting that helped Swiatek defeat Halep is a new part of his game. According to Chris Oddo of BNPParibasOpen.com, his new coach, Tomasz Wiktorowski, has encouraged him to play more tennis. Swiatek has accepted this change.

“I always wanted to be strong and be the kind of clay player who would play topspin and back, but of course, now tennis is running fast. You can see that in competition,” Swiatek said, per Oddo. “Players, you know, attack and lead to win.”

The type of play could be useful against Sakkari, who defeated Paula Bardosa 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 on Friday night. As Rothenberg mentioned above, this is a great opportunity for Sakkari, as the only career title to date came at the Rabat Grand Prix in 2019, the WTA 250 program.

Sakkari Of course establishing itself as strong in 2021, running the semi-finals in the French and US Open. The win at Indian Wells would represent a huge boost for his career.

Head on, Sakkari has a 3-1 advantage over Swiatek. He won three of their meetings in 2021, all in a straight line. But Swiatek could open the scoring, beating the 26-year-old Greek 6-6, 6-3 in Doha, Qatar last month. This game has everything to do with the final game as the two stars look to add to their cupboard.

Watch the last half of men

Alcaraz Vs. Nadal


Saturday’s first round could be a turning point in Alcaraz’s career. The young Spaniard has all the potential in the world and will have the opportunity to put his skills to the test against the captain and Nadal.

Alcaraz, 19th, has a 12-1 record in single-team play in 2022. He is still leaving the same set at Indian Wells, and comes on a 6-4, 6-3 win over defending champion Cameron Norrie. in 2022. fourth color. Going to the first Masters 1000 last half of his career, Alcaraz is sure to look like he is changing from the star of the future to a success now.

“I think he can’t stop thinking about his career,” Nadal said, too New York TimesChristopher Clarey. “He has everything. He loves. He is humble to work hard. He is a good man.”

Interest, good work ethic and talent to match. Alcaraz has a lot of potential in his game, but his pace may be something that really divides him right now. See it zip across the court in its 32nd destruction by Spanish colleague Roberto Bautista Agut:

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Alcaraz will have to put all that energy into focus and focus on if he wins on Saturday against a master almost double.

Nadal, 35, is still jumping up and down in the men’s 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open. The beautiful side followed him to the California desert, where he extended his winning streak to 19 games. Nadal defeated Reilly Opelka in the third round and defeated Nick Kyrgios in three points and 15 minutes.


The two have met once in a row at the 2021 Madrid Open. Nadal won the match well, 6-1, 6-2. Alcaraz has improved since the meeting, he could have a better chance of getting off Nadal’s favorite top. To win or lose, Saturday’s match will be an important milestone for Alcaraz. For Nadal, it was another opportunity to show that he was not ready to give up his hold on tennis.

Fritz vs Rublev

For the second year in a row, Fritz was in the last four at Indian Wells. The 24-year-old California scored there when he defeated Miomir Kecmanovic 7-6 (5), 3-6, 6-1 in the 15th minute on Friday. He has given himself a chance to improve in last season’s semi-finals, when he was defeated by Nikoloz Basilashvili in a straight line.

So far this year, Fritz is 8-4 in team games. He impressed at the Australian Open, reaching the round of 16 before defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fifth round. Now ranked number 20 in the world, Fritz has the opportunity to promote its brand and name on Indian Wells.

Looking to break Fritz is Rublev, who fired Grigor Dimitrov 7-5, 6-2 on Friday. The 24-year-old Russian also had a strong start to the year, reaching the 15th round of the Australian Open and winning his tenth title at the Dubai Games in February. He was on a 13-match winning streak but lost nothing in Indian Wells. Fritz knew he would make some changes if he could get rid of the anger.

“I will be stronger from the foundation,” Fritz said, too ATPTour.com. “I think I will be because I know I will be. I think in all the games I play, I know I can get out and … not pull everything from the foundation. “With him, nothing. Questions about it.”

Fritz also said that his work as a key hit Rublev, and it looks like he will be able to count on it as a weapon on Saturday. He tore 14 aces past Kecmanovic in their 14th minute contest.

In short, Rublev should win this game as a top-class player with the best form to start the year. However, Fritz will not make it easy as he looks to reach his final Masters 1000 series.