Swiss Roger Federer commented on his defeat in the Masters final in Indian Wells .
“I don’t feel disappointed. Dominic played better than me at key moments of the meeting. This happens sometimes. Of course, defeat always upsets a little, but I have been in such situations many times. I quickly deal with it. It is difficult to say exactly what went wrong. You can begin to delve into this and argue long. But it will not lead to anything. Just need to recognize that at the most important moments my opponent played better. I felt good and did not drop out of the game. I had chances.
I’m glad Thiem won his first Masters. This is a big event. I just won the 100th title in Dubai and played great here. I have no reason to be upset, “the ATP press service quotes Federer as saying.