James Blake Looks to Turn Back The Clock

Aaron KumarSenior Writer IMarch 9, 2010

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - FEBRUARY 10:  James Blake of USA in action against Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus during day three of the ABN AMBRO World Tennis Tournament on February 10, 2010 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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James Blake of the USA has some good memories playing at the Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells, California. Blake reached the 1st Masters Series final of his career in Indian Wells back in 2006 where he lost in straight sets to the World Number 1 Roger Federer. 2006 was a good season for James Blake he also reached US Open Quarter Final losing in 4 sets to Federer, and he went on to reach the final of the ATP Masters Cup in Shanghai and finished the year as World Number 4. Blake has made a reasonable start he pushed US Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro to 5 sets in the 2nd round of this year’s Australian Open. Blake also managed to take Andy Roddick to a final set tiebreaker in the ATP500 event in Memphis. Blake will be hoping that he can go deep in Indian Wells once again this year.