The match that hardly happens at the Indian Wells Masters 1000. Because Maxime Cressy’s brother is getting married tonight in the Los Angeles area and if he couldn’t be scheduled for the first game of the day, he would retire.
The one born in Paris who represents the United States made a special request to the tournament organization to advance his match to the first turn and Indian Wells responded positively to the request.
Diego Schwartzman (15th) accepted the change and Cressy (145 °), who surprised Laslo Djere in his debut, will be in both commitments.
This match, like the entire tournament, can be seen live on the ESPN screen on Star +.