It was clear that there were two Underdogs in the final at the ATP Masters in Indian Wells. Too many favorite turques had given it in the last few days. Taylor Fritz, who was dramatically defined in the quarter-finals with Alexander Zverev the last major title candidate, managed the final leap but not: the American, set at position 31, underlaid on Saturday (local time) to the Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili (ATP 29) With 6: 7 (5: 7), 3: 6. Second endpiece participant is the Briton Cameron Norrie (ATP 21), which also won against the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (ATP 23) in two sentences – 6: 2, 6: 4. Like Basilashvili, Norrie stands for the first time in a Masters final.