Nadal, del Potro Will Face-Off Sunday
Saturday was an action-packed day at the BNP Paribas Open with women's and men's double finals and men's single semifinals.
Nadal faced off against Berdych, and then Djokovich versus del Potro.
Thousands of fans packed the stadium to find out which men would face off in Sunday's final.
From the cheers to the sighs, fans showed their support of the top tennis pro's.
Rafael Nadal -- still recovering from an injury -- beat opponent Tomas Berdych to advance to Saturday's final.
"A very difficult final for me, but it's true, I cannot say another thing, I don't have anything to lose, in seven months I still did much more than what I dreamed," said Nadal.
"It was a good tournament, I beat a couple of good guys, and I had a good run," said Berdych.
Fans look forward to watching Nadal play again.
"It was awesome, he won straight sets, 6-4 and 7-5, and he looked very impressive going into the finals tomorrow," said La Quinta resident, Jeff Breskin.
The BNP Paribas Open had many highlights this year for repeat visitors.
"Well the Federer match, we loved the Federer match even though he did lose, we were very sad that he lost," said Kathy Villari, who came from Dana Point to watch for the seventh year in a row.
So now fans are picking winners early for the final match-up Sunday.
"Nadal, for sure," said Villari.
"Well I'm kindof rooting for Del Potro now," said Norma Keck, a Louisiana resident, here for her tenth time to the tennis tournament.
"Rafa, Rafa Nadal," said Breskin.
"We are hear to cheer Djokovich. He comes from the same hometown, Belgrade, Serbia, that's where we were born," said Maja Miladinovic, visiting from Vancouver, British Columbia.
Following Nadal's win on the court, Novak Djokovich and Juan Martin del Potro faced off for the final spot.
And del Potro won, and will play Nadal on Sunday.
And this exciting action, keeps fans coming back year after year.
"We love it here, and it's so neat because you can tell the players do too, so it's a fabulous tournament, fabulous, I look forward to it every year," said Keck.
And fans have even more to look forward to next year, with a second large stadium and new additions on the way.