Indian Wells R2: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Gilles Muller?

World No. 5 Rafael Nadal begins his campaign for a fourth Indian Wells title against fellow left-hander Gilles Muller on Sunday.

Date: March 13, 2016

Match time: Not before 7 PM local time / 10 PM EST –  New York, Montreal / March 14 – 2 AM GMT – United Kingdom / March 14 – 3 AM CET – Spain, France, Germany, Italy / March 14 – 1 PM AEDT – Melbourne. To convert to your local time, use this website.

Watch online: 3pmstream

Photo via BNP Paribas Open
Photo via BNP Paribas Open

The big-serving Muller defeated Victor Estrella-Burgos 7-5, 6-3, firing 16 aces in the process. Muller has shown flashes of brilliance in four previous tour-level meetings with Rafa, pushing three of their past six sets to a tie-break and beating a 19-year-old Rafa at Wimbledon in 2005.

Our champ is set for his 12th appearance at the BNP Paribas Open. He was a champion in 2007 (d. Djokovic), 2009 (d. Murray) and 2013 (d. Del Potro).

GOOD LUCK & VAMOS RAFA!

Source: ATP World Tour

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12 thoughts on “Indian Wells R2: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Gilles Muller?

  1. va4favre

    I thought Rafa played well in the doubles match last night, but he had 4 double faults I believe. His serving is still a concern. I hope he will win easily today. He needs to build his confidence.

    PS. It is now EDT, daylight savings time. It started today in most places in the US.

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  2. Deep Thinker

    i’s gonna be a tough one!
    Gilles Muller is a dangerously tricky guy and he has been kn ocking on Nadal’s door for some time now. I pray that our champion wins, but wont be surprised if something else happened.

    So, fingers crossed!

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  3. agnes g garcia

    youre simply the best for me.. win or loss, its my dream to watch you play , i miss the opportunity when you came to the phil last december . go go go!!! vamos!

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  4. ashish

    remember one thing rafa

    when ur outside court respect every player whether he is no. 1 or no. 200

    but when u enter the court get ur beast out …….try to win every point ………try to humiliate ur opponent by getting him unsettled by ur play

    i don’t want to see rafa the cool, rafa the gentle guy on court but want to see a raging bull out there

    u lost the fiery eyes and angry face with a opponent demolishing mode attitude …………i am missing that …..please bring back …………….doesn’t care of maturity etc

    we all know u r a perfect gentleman outside court

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  5. ashish

    rafa in his doubles match double faulted on important points………….i mean common rafa still nerves ……….please work on serve

    and on not so important moments please treat 2 nd serve as 1 st serve and go for it

    best luck ……vamos

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