BNP Paribas Open Evening Session Tickets

Tennis fans are eagerly awaiting the start of spring as the highly entertaining BNP Paribas Open is being held in Indian Wells. If the first Grand Slam of the year was anything to go by, the BNP Paribas Open promises to be full of surprises that include changes in hierarchy in both the men’s and women’s rankings. So be sure not to miss the action, pack your sunscreen and buy the BNP Paribas Open evening session tickets now.

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About BNP Paribas Open Evening Session

The event has had a rich and illustrious history going all the way back to its origins in Tucson, Arizona when it started off as a fund raising event. However, there was no denying the pull of the crowd and by 1976 it had moved to its present location. It was previously called the Indian Wells Open and was one of the three Masters 1000 including the Miami Open and the Rogers Cup that took place during the spring.  This gives the audience more time to enjoy some of the top names in the game as well as to enjoy the beautiful and idyllic surroundings of Indian Wells and to take in the culture and atmosphere of the city which has become a permanent stop of the ATP and WTA tour. Do not miss this entertaining sports event. Buy your BNP Paribas Open evening session tickets before they sell out.

The dates for this year’s event have been announced and the events begin on the 5th of March 2014. So clear your schedule accordingly and start making plans and reservations. Over the years, this event has become a hub of celebrities and famous personalities owing to its location in the Sunshine State. You will be pleasantly surprised and enthralled to see celluloid big names rubbing shoulders with you. This is your chance to be televised live as the BNP Paribas Open is one of the most televised and watched events. So avail this chance to be a part of the expected 370,000 in attendance as some of the biggest names in the game put on a tennis show for you.

2013’s BNP Paribas Champion Rafael Nadal, popularly known as Rafa has not had the best of starts this year with a loss to lesser known Swiss player, Stan Wawrinka. The loss had sent shockwaves as this was only the second time that a player outside the Big Three had won a Grand Slam in the last four years. However, tennis is among the most unpredictable of all sports. This loss has excited fans as to how the rest of the season will pan out.

Rafa will be quick to reclaim his superiority over an opponent who had won a handful of sets over him in the previous twelve meetings.  The good news for Rafa fans is that his scan has shown that his back is getting better and he is expected to be fully fit to play soon. Many expect him to win it all over again and improve his record of most Masters 1000 titles. However, it must also be noted that Stan’s 2013 was pretty impressive as well which included a semifinal loss to the Spaniard in the US Open.  He has not let the winter break affect his concentration and with a seeding of number 3, he will be a dangerous threat.

And then there are the usual suspects which include the ever dangerous and unbelievably athletic Novak Djokovic who has won the tournament two times already. Then there is the other Swiss player. Roger Federer.  Having won this event four times in the past and with 17 Grand Slams under his belt, one can expect a thoroughly entertaining game from him once again. But those who wrote him off as too old and slow are made to reconsider after his strong showing in 2013’s WTF as well as this year’s Australian Open. He is still showing the hunger and desire. With a newer and bigger frame, and a healthy back, King Federer can work his magic whenever he wants to.  Do not miss this exciting event; buy BNP Paribas Open evening session tickets now.


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