Indian Wells in Photos: March 12

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Andy Murray continued to struggle, both this season and at Indian Wells in general. Murray lost to Milos Raonic and confessed to a lack of confidence.

Even Australian Open finalists like Dominika Cibulkova need to get back to basics sometimes. Who are those people behind her? Fans watching Roger Federer on the next court...

...where they were told to keep it down. Hopefully Federer's hitting partner was allowed to speak.

Li Na, and her Mercedes-sponsored T-shirt, got out for an early hit...

...with her long-suffering husband. Don't miss, Dennis!

Ernests being Ernests. A man and woman in the stands behind him have obviously seen this act before.

Gulbis has decided he really doesn't like Roberto Bautista Agut, and Bautista Agut didn't appear to enjoy his time with Ernie either.

I'll bet you didn't know who this was. As always, Kevin Anderson is flying well under the radar here. And he's still flying, after a win over Stan Wawrinka.

The ball girl seems happy to steal a little shade for herself.

John Isner practicing the trophy position. The Tea Party should approve of his game—he saves the best of it for the US of A.

Roger Federer looking Rafa-like with a forehand...

...and more Fed-like with a backhand. Together those shots were good enough to beat Tommy Haas.

They like veterans in these parts, and they like Tommy.

Agnieszka Radwanska appears to have amazed herself with whatever she did.

And she even flashes a no-holds-barred smile after her three-set win over Jelena Jankovic.

Novak Djokovic was sent lunging, spinning, and scrambling in his 6-1 first-set loss to Marin Cilic last night.

But he pulled through, with a little help from a supportive post-midnight crowd.


Photographs by Anita Aguilar

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