Federer put on a serving clinic against Chardy.
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World No. 1 Roger Federer's remarkable run continued as he booked his quarterfinal berth in the ATP Indian Wells Masters with a 7-5, 6-4 win over Jeremy Chardy Wednesday.The defending Indian Wells champion Federer put on a serving clinic against Chardy as he hit two aces and won 100 percent of his first serve points.Federer advances to the quarterfinals where he will face South Korea's Chung Hyeon who defeated 30th-seeded Pablo Cuevas 6-1, 6-3 earlier Wednesday.Federer only needed to break Chardy once in each set to get the win in 82 minutes. Federer clinched the victory on the first match point when Chardy pounded a forehand into the net.Chardy hit four aces but made 46 unforced errors compared to just 29 for Federer.Down a set and behind 5-0 in the second set, Cuevas miraculously saved seven match points to win the game.
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