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INDIAN WELLS---Novak Djokovic didn t have
to hit a ball to get into the semifinals of the BNP
Paribas Open late Thursday when opponent
Bernard Tomic withdrew because of a back injury.
Tomic s withdrawal was announced about five
hours before he was to play the top-ranked Djokovic,
a three-time champion at Indian Wells who won
his first three matches in straight sets. He had beaten
Tomic each of the three times they ve played.
Fans on stadium court jeered the news.
Djokovic s semifinal opponent today will be fourth-
seeded Andy Murray, who defeated No. 12 seed Feli-
ciano Lopez 6-3, 6-4 for his 497th career victory.
His wins are the most by any Brit in the Open era,
overtaking Tim Henman who had 496 career wins.
Murray dropped serve just once against the left-
handed Lopez while serving for the match at 5-2 in
the second set. He improved to 10-0 against Lopez
"Every time he came to net I made it very difficult
for him," Murray said. "I passed very well, and that
was important, because it meant that he spent more
time at the back of the court. When we were in the
baseline rallies, I felt like I was able to dictate a lot
of those points."
Djokovic owns a 16-8 edge over Murray.
"He will be totally fresh as well and ready for the
semis, so it will be a tough one for me," Murray said.
"But I feel like I played well this week and if I can
keep that level up and for a sustained period on Sat-
urday, I ll have a chance."
On the women s side, Jelena Jankovic reached the
semifinals when qualifier Lesia Tsurenko retired in
the second set with a foot injury. Jankovic, the 2010
champion, was only on the court for 46 minutes
when Tsurenko called it quits trailing the Serb 6-
"In the second set she started limping, and I saw
that she had some problem," Jankovic said. "That s
the time as well I lost a little bit of my focus. I was
kind of looking at what she was doing."
Jankovic will meet 24th-seeded Sabine Lisicki,
who beat defending champion Flavia Pennetta 6-
4, 6-7 (3), 7-6 (4).
Not expecting to go so deep in the tournament,
Jankovic said she had to double-check on when her
semifinal is scheduled.
"I had to ask because I was going to do some
shopping," she said.
Pennetta saved a match point in the 10th game
of the second set, and then Lisicki staved off two
match points in the 10th game of the third set, even-
tually reaching her first semifinal of the year. She
dropped to her hands and knees after match point.
"I really want to show everyone how well I can
play," the German said. "It s such a great feeling."
Tsurenko hurt her ankle two days ago when she
upset Eugenie Bouchard, one of three seeded players
she beat in the desert. After losing the first set against
Jankovic, a trainer wrapped her right ankle.
Top-ranked Serena Williams plays No 3 Simona
Halep in a semifinal today. Williams is back in the
desert after ending her 14-year boycott of the tour-
nament she last won as a teenager in 2001.
Tomic had gotten off to a strong start this year,
reaching the quarterfinals at six of the seven tour-
naments he s played. The exception was the Aus-
tralian Open, where he lost in the fourth round.
The Australian defeated sixth-seeded David Ferrer
in straight sets in the third round here, Tomic s first
win over a Top 10 player since July 2013.
Tomic beat Aussie teenager Thanasi Kokkinakis
in three sets in the fourth round Wednesday and
then complained of an aching wisdom tooth. His
back has been bothering him since a tournament in
Memphis in early February. (AP)
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