Indian Wells: Rafael Nadal 'very scared' after quake hits tourney

Nadal says he was "very scared" and he thinks the table moved more during the quake than if he had been standing or sitting. He says his legs were wobbling.

updated: March 12, 2013 21:26 IST
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Indian Wells: The scariest moment of Rafael Nadal's day didn't happen on the tennis court.

The Spaniard experienced his first earthquake on Monday morning at the BNP Paribas Open. The quake had an estimated magnitude of 4.7, according to the California Institute of Technology's seismological laboratory.

The epicenter was about 12 miles from the desert community of Anza, which is near Indian Wells, site of the combined men's and women's tennis tournament.

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