Murray was at a loss to explain his erratic results in the California desert. Clive Brunskill/Getty Images/AFP
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World No. 1 Andy Murray crashed out of the ATP Indian Wells Masters Saturday, toppled in straight sets by 129th-ranked Canadian qualifier Vasek Pospisil.Murray, coming off his first title of 2017 at Dubai, was again brought up short in Indian Wells, where his best showing is a 2009 runner-up finish to Rafael Nadal.Murray was particularly disappointed to have dropped the first set after twice going up a break.Trailing 4-2 in the first set, Pospisil won six straight games as he went up a break in the second before Murray broke back to knot the score at 2-2 .Murray saved one match point with a service winner before holding off Pospisil on two more on the Canadian's serve.Fognini, ranked 43rd in the world, notched his first win over eighth-ranked Tsonga in five career meetings.
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