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Novak Djokovic made it safely into the third round of the Indian Wells ATP Masters Sunday, but said his straight-sets win over Victor Hanescu left room for improvement.The world No. 2 and second seed, a two-time winner in California, saved all five break points he faced on the way to a 7-6 (7/1), 6-2 victory.Bautista, ranked 53rd in the world, used a punishing ground game to notch his third career win over a top-10 player.In other second-round matches, Taiwan's Lu Yen-Hsun defeated German Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-2, 6-2, who delivered six aces and won 84 percent of his first service points to seal the victory in 68 minutes.Since winning the title in Auckland Isner has been slowed by an ankle injury. He was happy with a contest that included 15 aces.It was the second-longest match of the year on the WTA Tour, after Maria Sharapova's three-hour, 28-minute win over Karin Knapp at the Australian Open.
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