Naomi Osaka crashed in Weyn Wells on Tuesday, in Belinda Bencic on the day after he saw the second photographer Simona Aleppo.
Bencic, 23, is the 23rd-placed Osaka 6-3, 6-1 to win the WTA quarter-final, which Osaka won the first-ever title last year .
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But they never had Bencic's foot, the backbone and the right service they used to make it 66 minutes.
"I did not play well," Osaka said. "Rightly, at the same time with this result, I usually feel depressed and sad, but now I feel good, because I have tried it before, and really do not have any regrets.
"It had to play well … there was nothing I could do for that."
Bencic, 22, on Sunday, returned to work after being injured by a knife blow for two WTA titles in 2015.
Bencic – beat four of the 10 top-flight players in the competition last month, their first four-year-five-year-old Czech Karolina Pliskova, down from Anett Kontaveit 7-6 ( 10/8), 4-6, 6-2.
The victory over Osaka came on a "very high" list of the biggest wins.
"I mean, he's the best player in the world, he won everything in the last few months.
"I played, I think, a great game, really I'm happy with myself.
"I am very confident in my time, I am playing well with the ball and everything is fine."
Osaka's defeat in Osaka hit a black day for high-end WTA-ATP Masters, with world number Novak Djokovic failing at 39th-ranked Philipp Kohlschreiber.
Women's women have lost the highest two moons such as Romney's Aleppo, who won the Well Wells in 2015, in Chile Chaos Marketa Vondrousova 6-2, 3-6, 6-2.
Osaka at No. 1
Aleppo, who received treatment for left legs during the game, struck 6 wins and hardened 36 unchallenged errors.
"I have run and defended it," she said. "But that's all I can do today."
This problem means Osaka will maintain the number 1 record, although they are unable to defend the first level defense.
Vondrousova, who won the 2018 tournament in Daria Kasatkina and former French Open Jelena Ostapenko, passed the fourth round and will win the big win when they face Elina Svitolina six (7-6 (10/8) and 5- 7, 6-4 victory over Australia Ashleigh Barty.
Venus Williams and Garbine Muguruza are on the quarter-finals.
The Grand Slam of Spain, who won twice at Grand Slam, ranked 20th in the world's 20th position, and ranked 7th in Kiki Bertens 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 while Williams, seven times Grand Slam wins, beat Germany Germany Mona Barthel 6-4, 6-4.
Muguruza will face the 18-year-old Canadian Bianca Andreescu, who is shocked by the 18-year-old Wang Qiang 7-5, 6-2.
Andreescu – who won the first WTA girlfriend in Auckland in January, beat two former world domains – the quarter-finals of one of the key WTA events for the first time.
Andreescu has the record of 2019 to 25-35 years, including qualifiers, as he became the youngest of the last eight Indian Wells since 17 years old Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reached the semifinal in 2009.
Williams will compete in the semi-finals of Angelique Kerber, who is ranked 9th in the Arena Sabalenka in Belarus 6-1, 4-6, 6-4.