Nole to face Isner in Indian Wells 4th round

Novak Djokovic beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas 7-5, 6-3 Monday night at the BNP Paribas Open in 85 minutes.

“It wasn’t as good as the first round, that’s for sure, but a win is a win,” said Djokovic, who dropped serve twice and finished with 32 unforced errors to 18 winners.

“I did struggle a lot, had some unforced errors. From the back of the court I didn’t feel so great. But towards the end of the match was better, so hopefully it can be better in the next one too. I definitely need to work tomorrow on the balance and hopefully in the next one there will be fewer mistakes.”

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“It will be totally different against Isner, not as many rallies,” said Djokovic. “There will be a lot of serves, returns. Got to be ready to battle for the few points that will decide that match. He has a big serve. His entire game depends on his serve. he serves a high percentage of first serves and can beat any player on any surface. If he has a good day with serving, it’s going to be very difficult for me.”

source: novakdjokovic.com
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