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Love -- Christina McHale, the rising 19-year-old phenom from New Jersey, upset world No. 3 Petra Kvitova on Sunday night at the BNP Paribas Open, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3. She is now 4-7 in her career against top 10 players, a record which includes a victory over Caroline Wozniacki when she was No. 1. McHale was already the first American seed at Indian Wells since 2008 and is hoping to become the first quarterfinalist for the US since Lindsay Davenport did it the same year.
15 -- There's a stomach flu going around Indian Wells and it has felled Vera Zvonareva, Gael Monfils, Vania King and Jurgen Melzer, among others. I'll spare you the details that have been shared by some players on Twitter and simply say that it doesn't sound very fun. Roger Federer told reporters he had a fever, but didn't think he had the same bug that has been going around.
30 -- Michael Llodra cursed and used a racial epithet toward a fan during a three-set loss to Ernests Gulbis. Frustrated during the match, the Frenchman threw his racquet, hit a ball out of the court and yelled, "f------ Chinese" to a fan in the front row. For this, Llodra was fined $2,500 by the ATP. What a cowardly move by both Llodra and the Tour.
40 -- Milos Raonic spoke about his upcoming Tuesday match against Roger Federer:
"I think we're both going to be trying to do the same thing to each other, which is pretty much dictate. He's probably the best guy to ever do that. It's going to be a great match for myself and I'll try to make the most of it. I know priority number one is going to be try to take care of my serve and build from there. Hopefully I'll have a few opportunities, and hopefully make the most of [them]."
Game -- On tap for Monday: Matches featuring Novak Djokovic, Andy Roddick, Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki and, in the featured night match, Ryan Harrison.