Play had to be stopped at around 8.22pm local time amid adverse weather conditions, with Djokovic and Kohlschreiber sitting courtside briefly before being ushered into the locker room. Rain fell for a good hour in the Californian desert before tournament organisers suspended play for the day at approximately 9.38pm. The World No 1 will continue his match – which he led 1-0 – against his German opponent on Tuesday. And that means the order of play has had to be shifted to allow Djokovic’s to continue his Stadium Court clash on what will be day nine of the event. […]
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