After going 10-23 in 2016 and falling out of the top 100, #Pospisil has re-calibrated.
— BNP Paribas Open (@BNPPARIBASOPEN) March 12, 2017
At No. 129, Pospisil is the 2nd-lowest ranked player to upset a No. 1 in a Masters 1000. Only No. 178 Clavet (d. Hewitt) was lower-ranked.
— Josh Meiseles (@JMeis_) March 12, 2017
10th loss for Murray to players ranked 100 and above.
Pospisil 5th lowest ranked guy to beat Murray. #BNPPO17
— Roger Laver (@DonaldTendulkar) March 12, 2017
— John Horn (@SportsHorn) March 12, 2017
With the World number 1 knocked out, the top half seems to be very open and we could see a new face reaching the final this time. Hop on, the Indian Wells this year is going to be a wonderful ride