Roger Federer's dream season continues with Indian Wells title

Ill Kyrgios pulls out of quarterfinal clash with Federer

Ill Kyrgios pulls out of quarterfinal clash with Federer

Fans cheer for Roger Federer of Switzerland in the semi final match against Jack Sock of the United States at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells Tennis Garden on March 18.

Third seed Stan Wawrinka is through to his fourth career Masters 1000 final, his first in Indian Wells and first on hard courts, after cruising past first-time Masters 1000 semifinalist Pablo Carreno Busta to reach the final of the BNP Paribas Open on Saturday.

3 cried and jokingly said: 'I would like to congratulate Roger. Now, he added, world number three Wawrinka has developed his hard court game, enough so that he lifted the US Open trophy previous year. Yet Federer surprised everyone by becoming the unexpected victor at the Australian Open, seeded No: 17.

"It's a nice feeling to win the last three, I can tell you that", Federer told reporters. It can be especially emotionally if you're the person who just lost. "It's a handsome feeling". While he edged past the likes of Kei Nishikori, Tomas Berdych, an in-form Mischa Zverev in Melbourne, the Swiss great has outclassed his arch rival Rafael Nadal twice (Australian Open final and Indian Wells R16) to assert his dominance over the rest of the pack on his comeback run.

"It's been just a fairytale week once again", Federer said after the match.

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He had earlier won this title consecutively three times between 2004 and 2006 and in 2012.

The 29-year-old said on his Facebook page: "My doctor has strongly advised against play because my elbow injury, that I keep carrying on for months, got worse in the past week".

We're sure the two incidents are unrelated but we'll let you be the judge if the Fed Express and co have a new profession lined up once their tennis careers are over.

He added: "I think as long as the body is this way and I can remind myself, don't play with fear and don't play with too much pressure and don't try to do well, I'll be able to play like this".

"I didn't feel good today because she was very aggressive and I was a little bit out of my game", said Kuznetsova, the No. 8 seed. "What I don't want to do is overplay and just get exhausted of traveling and exhausted of just playing tournaments and just entering and doing people a favor just to be there with no aspirations".