The Austrian, Dominic Thiem fixes up his final of the Indian Wells 2019 against the five-time BNP Paribas Open champion, Roger Federer and he knocks down the Canadian, Milos Raonic in the breathtaking three-set semi-final. The World Number eight, Dominic Thiem did not drop a set in the desert before his semifinals at the Indian Wells 2019.
In the opening set, the ATP men refused to give up upon their serves and pushed the set in the tiebreaker. Dominic Thiem recorded unforced errors as nil in the first set. The Canadian, Milos Raonic dominated his game with the serve and volley tactics which obstructed the Austrian to break Raonic’s serve earlier in the match.
The similar gameplay was emulated in the set second by the ATP men, but this time it was the 2016 Wimbledon finalist, Raonic who got hold of the set and pushed the nervy last four round of the Indian Wells 2019 into the deciding set. After spending two and a half hours on the court, the Canadian faced his first break point with a great forehand winner on Thiem’s court, however with the Austrian, Dominic Thiem serving for the match Thiem closed out the match 7-6(3), 6-7(3), 6-4.
It’s the maiden Masters 1000 final for the new generation tennis player, Dominic Thiem and the skyscraper Canadian slammed 17 aces on Thiem’s court, but however, Dominic Thiem led by a break of serve in the deciding set of the semifinals at the Indian Wells 2019.
Dominic Thiem will take on Roger Federer in the title match, who will be defending his sixth crown in the Californian desert and 101st ATP career title. The winning percentage between each other is 50 per cent. As the Spaniard tennis phenom, Rafael Nadal announced the sad news for the tennis followers worldwide by calling off the 39th ‘Fedal’ rendezvous and Federer without any hassles sailed into finals of the Indian Wells 2019.
Pertaining his right knee injury, which also hindered his performance during the quarterfinals at the Indian Wells 2019, compelled the World Number two Spaniard to withdraw from the semifinals of the Californian desert tournament.