'Matches against Rafael Nadal bring extra energy'

Roger Federer 'Matches against Rafael Nadal bring extra energy'

After a year and a half, the tennis fans had the chances to see another chapter of the fantastic rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal after both tennis legends managed to qualify for the semifinal in Indian Wells.

Federer, who can break out of a tie with Novak Djokovic with a record sixth title in the California desert, is on a collision course with three-time champion Nadal, who took on Russian Karen Khachanov in the quarter-finals.

Federer, meanwhile, broke Pole Hubert Hurkacz once in each set for a 6-4 6-4 win in the first career meeting between the pair and was perhaps more bothered by his early start. "But it always brings extra energy into the stadium and for the both of us". The current world number two said he hopes to meet the Swiss great for the first time since the Shanghai Masters in October 2017.

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"Not that I didn't expect it, but it definitely went better than I thought it would". He twice called for a trainer, who applied tape just below Nadal's knee.

However, Federer and Nadal got to this appointment in a completely different state.

Nadal said he won't play again until the Monte Carlo Masters clay event in mid-April. He's at a higher level than he was at the Australian Open. "They warned me they were going to put me on at 11.00 (a.m.)".

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