(AFP) – World number two Rafael Nadal continued his dominance of Diego Schwartzman, surging past the Argentine 6-3, 6-1 on Tuesday to reach the fourth round of the ATP Indian Wells Masters.
Rafa took his record against the world No. 26 to 7-0 in emphatic style, never facing a break point in a match lasting an hour and 16 minutes.
“I think I played a very solid match,” Rafa said. “I did a lot of things well.”
Rafa, a three-time winner of the Indian Wells title, next faces Serbian qualifier Filip Krajinovic, who ousted 14th-seeded Russian Daniil Medvedev 6-3, 6-2.