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It was another snag in the return for the 30-year-old Djokovic who was playing in just his second event of 2018.
Serena Williams takes a career head-to-head record over sister Venus of 17-11 into their third-round clash.
The 31-year-old Anderson comes into Indian Wells with an impressive 11-3 win-loss record in 2018.
The 37-year-old American moves on to the third round where she will face either her younger sister Serena or Dutch player Kiki Bertens.
This the Spaniard's first loss to a player ranked in the 100s since she was beaten by Jana Cepelova (124) at Wimbledon in 2016.
Roger Federer, who regained the world number one ranking last month, is on a quest to make history in the California desert by winning an unprecedented sixth Indian Wells title.
Serena Williams Mixing 27 unforced errors with 34 winners, it was far from easy for the unseeded Williams on the slow hardcourt in Indian Wells.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion is competing at the elite Indian Wells hardcourt tournament this week, her first tour action since her 2017 Australian Open triumph.
Former world number one Andy Murray, out injured since January and recovering from a hip operation, drops eight places to 29th.
The Argentinian broke Anderson once in each set to complete a straight-sets victory.
"It just feels great to win tonight's match," Anderson said. "When you're out there, you're not really thinking about finals and what happened before."
'I won’t be able to play in Miami or Indian Wells as I need to recover'.
South Africa's Kevin Anderson's semifinal opponent on Saturday will be the 21-year-old American Jared Donaldson who hovers around the 50s on the world rankings.
Swiss star Wawrinka, now down at 13 in the rankings, missed the last six months of the 2017 season after undergoing knee surgery.
Muguruza caught fire in the second set, winning 13 points in a row en route to a 4-1 lead.
Kerber improved her record over Pliskova to 7-3 after winning five of their last six matches against her fellow former WTA number one.
Kevin Anderson duly rammed home the advantage on his second match point to claim the win.
"What a fantastic week," top seed Federer said. "The goal at start of week was to make it to the semi-finals. This is absolutely amazing, I'm really pleased."
The 36-year-old Federer racked up his 14th win from 15 matches with 33-year-old Seppi, the world number 81 who had enjoyed a memorable week by reaching the semi-finals.
The 36-year-old needed just over 45 minutes to clinch victory and next faces Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in the second round on Thursday.
Kvitova -- currently ranked 21 in the world as she continues her return to top-class tennis following a horrific knife attack just over a year ago -- won 6-0, 6-3.
The 32-year-old Wawrinka, the 2015 Rotterdam winner, is struggling to regain top form after a pair of summer knee operations.
The fourth seed came through 6-1, 6-3 to post his fourth victory over the Frenchman in five meetings.
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