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Nothing can soothe the disappointment when a Federer-Nadal match falls through

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - Roger Federer saw Rafael Nadal get through the BNP Paribas Open men's quarterfinals essentially on one knee, but Federer clung to the hope Nadal's chronic injury would improve enough for them to play their semifinal match Saturday, scheduled to be the 39th edition of a rivalry that grows more precious as passing years and mounting infirmities make such occasions less predictable or frequent.

As Federer warmed up Saturday morning at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, he heard Nadal was warming up too, on an

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