Indian Wells: Cameron Norrie through to fourth round but Dan Evans knocked out

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Norrie ranks 26th in the world, a career high

Cameron Norrie, British number two, defeated Roberto Bautista Agut from Spain to win the Indian Wells Masters fourth round.

Norrie won 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 to reach the 16th round - his longest streak at a Masters 1000 event.

After Dan Evans, the British number one, was eliminated in round three by Diego Schwartzman (11th seed), he won.

Evans was only two service holds away of victory, but the Argentine won to secure a 5-7 6-4 6-0 victory.

The 21st seed Norrie will face American Tommy Paul. He defeated fourth seed Andrey Rublev by three sets.

Victory was Norrie's 43rd season win. He has now risen to 26th in the world, a career-high.

Unseeded Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maa defeated top seed Karolina Pikova in Indian Wells' women's draw. Beatriz won 6-3 7-5 to advance to the fourth round.

Pliskova, the Czech world number three, reached this year's Wimbledon semifinal with 12 double faults. She also won only 25% of her second-serve point points.

After Canada's current champion Bianca Andreescu was defeated by Haddad Maia, a lucky loser, Haddad Maia will now face Anett Kontaveit.

The world number 20 won 7-6 (7-5 6-3), extending her winning streak to eight matches.

The American Coco Gauff was defeated in straight sets by Paula Badosa of Spain, but Angelique Kerber, the German 10th seed, and 2019 runner up, won the match 6-2 1-6 6-4.