- Angelique Kerber might still get to celebrate her return to world number one with an Indian Wells title after battling past Pauline Parmentier 7-5, 3-6, 7-5 to reach the fourth round. Parmentier, the world number 62 from France, had the two-time Grand Slam champion from Germany on the ropes with a break for 3-1 in the third set. But Kerber fought back with a break in the seventh game and another in a marathon 11th game that gave her a 6-5 lead and a chance to serve for the match. "At the end I think it was a tough match and a high level of play from both of us," Kerber said. "I'm just happy to win the match." Kerber, who rose to number one in the world with her US Open triumph last year, is set to regain the summit no matter how far she goes this week thanks to the injury withdrawal of Serena Williams.