- 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:
- Genie Bouchard Was So Stressed Out Over Tennis That She Couldn't Eat
- w faces Timea Bacsinszky in a battle of former French Open semifinals.
"I'm excited. I want a rematch from Indian Wells," Bouchard said. "I know she plays great, especially on this surface, I think. But I'm going to go for it.
- Serena Williams Wins, Watches Path Get Easier at French Open; Angelique Kerber Out
- rimo out 6-0, 6-0.
Bouchard will next face the No. 8 seed Bacsinszky, who she lost to earlier this year in Indian Wells in three sets.
"I'm excited. I want a rematch from Indian Wells," Bouchard said. "I know she plays great, ...
- Victoria Azarenka Is Pain-Free, But Is She Ready To Beat Serena And Win The French Open?
- hots. It takes patience."
Azarenka tore up the first quarter of the season, winning back-to-back crowns at Indian Wells, where she beat Serena Williams, and Miami, where she beat Svetlana Kuznetsova who beat Serena.
But a back...
- Serena Williams in Trouble if Early Seedings Hold; French Open Preview
- ormer champ Schiavone third round, then the former champ Ivanovic, then Azarenka. A healthy Azarenka, who won Indian Wells and Miami back-to-back a couple months ago, will be trouble if she is 100% healthy after having a few issues ...
- My Early French Open Favorites: Novak Djokovic And Andy Murray Are The Guys To Beat
- un, but usually plays his best Grand Slam tennis in Paris. And could benefit in the rain.
9. David Goffin
Indian Wells-Miami showed he's not a fluke. And he's more than competent on the clay. I just think he'll need a lot of ups...
- What Is Wrong With Novak Djokovic?
An early loss in Monte Carlo to Jiri Vesely, wasn't great cause for concern. After all, he had just swept Indian Wells and Miami, so he was due for a break.
Djokovic returned to take the Madrid title over Andy Murray, losing ...
- Kerber, Half of WTA Rome Seeds Lose in Another Massive Exodus
- one of the best players in the world," since winning the Australian Open has lost her opening rounds at Doha, Indian Wells, Madrid and Rome.
Other second-round losers were No. 4 Victoria Azarenka upset by Irina-Camelia Begu 6-3, ...
- Despite Injuries, Roger Federer Still Confident About French Open
- emifinals since his 2012 runner-up finish.
Due to a knee injury Federer withdrew from Rotterdam, Dubai and Indian Wells. A stomach issue kept him out of Miami and a back forced him to pull out of Madrid.
"I am frustrated," Fed...