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By Chris Oddo | Saturday March 10, 2018

Keeping up with the game of tennis, by the numbers. Each day at Tennis Now we’ll give you a fresh set—without any further ado, here’s what happened on Friday and what might happen on Saturday at the BNP Paribas Open.


Number of teenagers that have already reached the third round on the women’s side at the BNP Paribas Open. Amanda Anisimova (16), Marketa Vondrousova (18), Aryna Sabalenka (19) and Caroline Dolehide (19) all made their moves on Day 3. Sofya Zhuk (18) and CiCi Bellis (18) will try to bring the total to six on Day 4.


Record of ATP Teenagers in Round One action at Indian Wells. Felix Auger-Aliassime (17), Denis Shapovalov (18), Alex De Minaur (18) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (19) each won in their main draw debut.


The record of Roger Federer, who will play the evening session against Argentina’s Federico Delbonis. Federer, like Novak Djokovic, is bidding for a record sixth BNP Paribas Open titles in California in 2018. The Swiss owns a lifetime record of 57-11 at Indian Wells.


The record of Serena Williams at the BNP Paribas Open since she returned from a 13-year Boycott of Indian Wells. The American, 36, played and won her first match in over a year on Thursday, defeating Zarina Diyas in straight sets. She’ll face 26-year-old Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens on Day 4. Williams owns a 2-0 lifetime record against Bertens and she has won all four sets the pair have contested, needing tiebraekers twice.


Fernando Verdasco’s record against the Top 10 at Indian Wells (the lone win coming against No.9 Richard Gasquet in 2009). The Spaniard will look to improve upon that record on Day 4 when he faces World No.4 Grigor Dimitrov in second-round action. Dimitrov has struggled at Indian Wells and owns a 5-6 lifetime record here.


The current winning streak of Petra Kvitova, which matches the longest of her career. The Czech, who needed over three hours to defeat Yulia Putintseva on Day 3, will face 16-year-old Amanda Anisimova in the third round.


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