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Teenage dream: Youngest player at Indian Wells delivers striking upset

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. - This was all so new that Amanda Anisimova couldn't resist breaking her routine to peek at the wonderfully strange scene around her Sunday morning.

She saw thousands of spectators soaking up the gentle sun at Stadium 1 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden while they waited for her to face Petra Kvitova, and she was impressed, though not intimidated. She was startled by only one aspect of being on the premier court

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