Indian Wells Tennis - 2014 BNP Paribas Open
- Location: Indian Wells, U.S.A.
- Schedule: Thursday, March 6 - Sunday, March 16
- Begins on: Men's --Thursday, March 6 Women's -- Wednesday, March 5
- Draw Size: S-96 D-32
- Surface: Hard
- Prize Money: Men's -- $4,720,380 Women's -- $5,575,381
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Steve Simon
- Official Website: www.bnpparibasopen.com/
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- About: One of the most scenic settings on the tour is home to first Masters event of the season. The 37th Indian Wells BNP Parisbas open kicks off on March 6 in Coachella Valley with another incredible field. Former champions Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal lead a strong men's draw. For the women, defending champion Victoria Azarenka returns along with Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki.
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|Former Men's Indian Wells Tennis Champions:
2012 Roger Federer
2011 Novak Djokovic
2010 Ivan Ljubicic
2009 Rafael Nadal
2008 Novak Djokovic
2007 Rafael Nadal
2006 Roger Federer
2005 Roger Federer
2004 Roger Federer
2003 Lleyton Hewitt
2002 Lleyton Hewitt
2001 Andre Agassi
2000 Alex Corretja
1999 Mark Philippoussis
1998 Marcelo Rios
1997 Michael Chang
1996 Michael Chang
1995 Pete Sampras
1994 Pete Sampras
1993 Jim Courier
1992 Michael Chang
1991 Jim Courier
1990 Stefan Edberg
1989 Miloslav Mecir (Sr.)
1988 Boris Becker
1987 Boris Becker
The latest Indian Wells tournament news:
- Halep Out Of The French Open; Sharapova, Stosur Advance to Third Round Showdown
- the finals of the French Open last year losing a tight match with Maria Sharapova, but this spring after her Indian Wells title the Romanian has barely made any noise of late.
"She played well," Halep said. "I couldn't play my b...
- Is Novak Djokovic A Better Player Now Than He Was In 2011?
- really seen that this year. Murray made him work hard in Australia, but then faded. Federer took it to him at Indian Wells. But in 2011 he was just super human.
Though you could make the case that now no one can even force him be...
- Djokovic Beats Federer for Rome Title Heading Into Roland Garros
- es and 26 at the Masters 1000 level. He has won all the major events this year including the Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo and now Rome. The goal remains the French Open.
“It gives me a great deal of satisfa...
- Federer Seeks First Rome Title Sunday v Djokovic; Who's The Pick?
- 39th meeting, Federer leads 20-18 with the two splitting their prior 2015 meetings in the Dubai (Federer) and Indian Wells (Djokovic) finals. This is of course on clay, a quicker clay Roger says, but still on the dirt at a place whe...
- An Elbow Injury Forces Serena Williams Out Of Rome, Gives 3rd Walkover In Last 6 Events
- ear-old Serena has now pulled out mid-event three times in her last six tournament events (2014 Beijing, 2015 Indian Wells), an alarmingly high percentage.
Serena will go to the French Open as the top seed and overwhelming favori...
- ATP CEO Kermode Admits Players Are At A Disadvantage If They Finish Late
- in the future.'
The schedule yesterday featured six matches on stadium court starting from 11am. Miami and Indian Wells, both of which have night sessions, follow similar early round schedules, milking every dollar they can from ...
- Nadal Avenges Almagro Loss, Now Faces Fognini In Barcelona; Lisicki Eats Two Bagels In Stuttgart
- -6, 7-5, 7-6(7) saving two matchpoints. The Australian was playing his first event since rolling his ankle at Indian Wells.
US Open champion Marin Cilic continued to struggle, falling to veteran Victor Estrella Burgos. Ernests Gu...
- Dominant Djokovic Bashes Berdych for Monte Carlo Crown
- t matches, and is the first player in ATP history to win the first three Masters events in a season following Indian Wells and Miami.
"The fact that now I won (the first) three Masters 1000 in a row and nobody ever has done that,...