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Federer vs Thiem Head to Head:
Roger Federer is meeting Dominic Thiem in the final of Indian Wells in Indian Wells, USA. The match between Roger Federer and Dominic Thiem will be contested on outdoor hard courts.
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Expected to win: Roger Federer in straight sets.
The final of the Indian Wells 2019 has at least one of the biggest favourites at the trophy: Roger Federer. The Swiss is not exactly in amazing form (if we look at the Australian Open campaign), but he was lucky to go into the final without having to play against Rafa Nadal, who withdrew. The other “dangerous” seeds were sent out early on (Djokovic, for example) while other had to retire (Nadal). Between these fortunate events, Federer played indeed at a high level, but without being tested in matches against Nadal or Djokovic, we cannot know for sure what is the exact shape of the Swiss Maestro. Now, rested and confident, he will meet Dominic Thiem in the final.
Thiem never dreamed of attaining the final in Indian Wells, but was also fortunate to get there. Milos Raonic, his opponent from the semifinal, is not exactly the most challenging player in the circuit.
Overall, the final looks like an easy match for Federer. The two players last met at the ATP London Finals and Federer dismissed Thiem in straight sets. Even though the H2H meetings are even, the big favourite for tomorrow’s final is clearly Roger Federer.