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By Chris Oddo | Tuesday March 13, 2018

Keeping up with the game of tennis, by the numbers. Each day at Tennis Now we’ll give you a fresh set—without any further ado, here’s what happened on Monday and how Tuesday shapes up at the BNP Paribas Open:


Number of players making their first round of 16 appearance at the BNP Paribas Open. Amanda Anisimova, Danielle Collins, Petra Martic, Naomi Osaka, Wang Qiang, Maria Sakkari, Anastasija Sevastova and Marketa Vondrousova are all through to the R16 at Indian Wells for the first time.


The length of Philipp Kohlschreiber’s losing streak against the Top 10. The German, who faces No.3 Cilic in third-round action on Day 7, owns a 22-87 lifetime record against the Top 10.


Number of qualifiers into the third round on the ATP side—Yuki Bhambri, Marcos Baghdatis and Taro Daniel.


The last time a player as young as Amanda Anisimova reached the round of 16 at Indian Wells. Iva Majoli was 16 years and 199 days at the time, the same exact age of Anisimova this year. But Anisimova is the youngest player ever to reach the round of 16 in the current 96-player format (needed three wins instead of two).


The lifetime head-to-head between David Ferrer and Juan Martin del Potro. The Argentine has taken four straight from Ferrer. Del Potro, a 2013 finalist here, will bid for his 20th BNP Paribas Open win today—if Ferrer is fit enough to play. The Spaniard had to pull out of doubles yesterday due to illness.


18-year-old Czech Marketa Vondrousova can reach a career-high ranking of 45 with a win today. It would mean a Top 50 debut. She faces Petra Martic.


Number of WTA players that have not dropped a set en route to the round of 16—Anisimova, Garcia, Kasatkina, Martic, Osaka, Sakkari, Vondrousova and V.Williams.


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