Wozniacki won her WTA Tour-leading 19th match of the year and her second title while appearing in the final for her third consecutive tournament.
Wozniacki assured of remaining No. 1 through the upcoming two-week tournament in Miami. Bartoli is projected to be No. 10 when the rankings, her first time in the elite since June 23, 2008. Her career-high is No.9.
Bartoli was playing in her first final since 2009, and she fell to 2-6 in matches against the No. 1 player. Bartoli was the first Frenchwoman to make an Indian Wells final.
Mirza and Vesnina won their first title @ BNP Paribas Open.
The dou wins the first set at love in just 25 minutes. The Americans rebounded in the second set, building a 5-1 lead, but Mirza and Vesnina went on another roll of six straight games to close out the championship.
Djokovic improved to 18-0, including victories at the Australian Open and in Dubai last month.
Djokovic will move into the No. 2 spot when the ATP Tour rankings are released Monday, having bumped Roger Federer down to third after he lost to Djokovic in the semifinals. Nadal will remain No. 1 with a 14-3 record.
Dolgopolov and Malisse completed their run with a championships title
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