Ivashka managed to fight Medvedev, win one set with the world’s sixth racket, but in general it cannot be said that Daniil devoted a lot of energy to serve the Bulgarian. The match lasted one hour and 46 minutes, 6:2, 3:6, 6:1 in favor of Medvedev. Throughout the match, Daniil made eight double-faults with six double-faults, scoring 74% on his first serve and 48% on his second. Acceptance stats: 35%/64%, winners/enforcers 26/19. Recall that before the Masters in California, Medvedev won tournaments in Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai, overtook Rublev in the ranking, regaining the status of the first racket in the country. In Indian Wells, Medvedev, in addition to Ivashka, defeated the American Nakashima.

The German also played in Rotterdam, Doha and Dubai, with some success in the United Arab Emirates, where Zverev reached the semi-finals, losing at this stage to Andrei Rublev in straight sets. In Indian Wells, Alexander Zverev knocked out Argentinian Kachin and Finn Ruusuvuori. The match with Finn turned out to be a 3-set match, it lasted two hours and 42 minutes, 7:5, 1:6, 7:5 in favor of the German. Over the course of the match, Zverev hit eight times with one double fault, scoring 66% on his first serve and 54% on his second. Acceptance stats: 25%/55%, winner/enforcer stats 26/28.

Tennis player Rating Total number of matches in 2023 wins failures
Daniil Medvedev 6 23 21 2
Alexander Zverev 14 15 8 7