BNP Paribas Open Day Session
Become a part of this historical event that traces its origins to a charity endeavor in Tucson, Arizona. It was only due to the attraction of the crowds and the brilliantly effervescent atmosphere of the event that it grew more and more popular among the tennis fans. It was ultimately shifted to its present location in Indian Wells in 1976. The event coincides with one of the busiest hard court seasons on the ATP and WTA calendar before the clay season starts. The event holds special importance as it is a Masters 1000 event which means more ranking points for players. On the flip side it also means more points to defend from last year so that it is an event that is hardly missed by any of the top level players. This adds to the excitement as the crowd is treated to some riveting games between some of the best players both from the men’s and women’s side.
The BNP Paribas Open continues to generate impressive crowd numbers every year. Last year the attendance level was up to 370,000 which is a significantly high number for a tennis event outside of the Grand Slams. This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of something so huge and momentous; buy your BNP Paribas Open day session tickets now.
The BNP Paribas Open will be one of the first major event after the Australian Open which will determine whether the early upsets were just a minor blip on the radar or is the pecking order about to be reshuffled. On the men’s side, last year’s champion Rafael Nadal suffered the double shock of a back injury as well as losing to an opponent he had never lost to before. But being the strong and stubborn champion that he is, tennis enthusiasts know that every time Rafa suffers a setback, he comes back even stronger than before. His amazing run of last year is testament to the sheer will and determination of this supreme Spaniard.
On the other hand, things could not have gone better for Wawrinka who had to live for so long under the shadow of Federer. But he is finally coming out and continuing this year just like he ended 2013. However, reaching the top may have been the start of Stan’s test of caliber and strength because now with a higher ranking he will have to contend against the bigger players. This includes previous champion Novak Djokovic who will also be looking for revenge after suffering morale sapping loss at the hands of Stanislas. Then there is one of the most dangerous players in the draw by the name of Roger Federer who knows what it feels like winning here, having done so four times in the past. This, coupled with a fit body, makes him one of the most dangerous players in the draw.
Then there are Andy Murray, Del Potro, Ferrer and Berdych round out some of the usual suspects who are more than capable of causing upsets. On the women’s side, last year’s Champion Maria Sharapova will have to hold off other contenders such as Azarenka, Radwanska and the reigning Australian champion Li Na. This promises to be an amazing event so be sure to buy BNP Paribas Open day session tickets as soon as possible.