Game Point: Azarenka stays undefeated, Nadal lurks at Indian Wells

Chris Chase

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Love - There's being in someone's head, there's Novak Djokovic in Rafael Nadal's head and then there's Victoria Azarenka in Agnieszka Radwanska's head. Azarenka continued her undefeated run through 2012 with another defeat of the world No. 5, 6-0, 6-2 in an Indian Wells quarterfinal. Radwanska has lost four matches this year, each to Azarenka. She was able to scrape together her first game only after going down 6-0, 5-0. In February, Radwanska criticized Azarenka for feigning injuries and suggested the Belarusian isn't a good example for women's tennis. After Wednesday's match, Azarenka said sarcastically, "I hope I was a good example of women's tennis."

15 -- For the second straight match, Roger Federer dropped the first set, then broke in the first game of the second set before rattling off a comeback victory. The fourth-round match against Thomaz Bellucci was Federer's 74th consecutive win against a player outside the top 20. At 4-4 in the third set, Bellucci got up 30-0 on Federer's serve. One ace and three service winners later, Federer had the hold. He broke the Brazilian in his next service game.

30 -- Poor Juan Martin Del Potro. He'll have his own chance to get Radwanska'd when he plays Roger Federer in a Friday quarterfinal. The 2008 US Open champion has played Fed three times this year and hasn't been competitive in any of the matches.

40 -- Rafael Nadal is the only player on the men's side who has yet to drop a set. He'll play wild card David Nalbandian in a quarterfinal and will gear up for another possible match against Roger Federer in Saturday's semis.

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