The story of Indian Wells
Last Updated: 22/03/17 3:21pm
After a memorable week in the Calfornian desert, we have picked out five of the best points from Indian Wells and the opening Masters event of the year.
Roger Federer claimed the title, reaffirming his return to the very top of the game, but there was plenty of other entertainment on offer at Indian Wells in both the singles and doubles events.
There's the usual contributions from the ATP's great entertainers so hit play on the video at the top of the page and work your way through our countdown of the very best from a great opening to the Masters series events.
And don't forget the action continues on Sky Sports this week with the Miami Open and Federer chasing his third title of the season.
5. STAN WAWRINKA v Roger Federer
The Indian Wells final was full of quality and this short exchange was no different, with the pair exchanging lobs before Stan wheels out a serve-like smash to claim the point.
4. ADRIAN MANNARINO v Juan Monaco
Despite a slow start this 32-shot rally was one of the points of the week, trading exchanges from the back of the court before a couple of dinky efforts lead to Monaco's diving shot which leaves Mannarino with the easy cross-court winner
3. NICK KYRGIOS v Alexander Zverev
Two of the ATP's brightest prospects went head to head in the third round and it was Kyrgios who emerged victorious from the match and this entertaining exchange that features the first of our hot dogs.
2. BRUNO SOARES/Jamie Murray v Lukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo
We head to the doubles semi-finals for No 2 on our list and Murray and Soares are on the back foot. Soares returns with a twisting, instinctive, no-looker that yields the point.
1. JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO v Federico Delbonis
The clip went viral so there's no prizes for guessing our No 1, Juan Martin del Potro and THAT hot-dog lob
You can follow all the action from the next Masters event as the Miami Open gets underway on Sky Sports 2 at 3pm on Wednesday and continues through to the final on April 2
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