The 2020 BNP Paribas Open, otherwise known as the Indian Wells Masters, will be the 46th edition of the tournament since its inception. Get the latest Indian Wells Masters Betting Tips & Predictions for the 2020 edition below.
Played on the outdoor hard courts, the Indian Wells Open possesses the second-largest permanent tennis stadium in the world, and is a part of the Masters 1000 series on the men’s circuit and Premier Mandatory competition on the women’s tour.
It is currently owned by Larry Ellison, who is is the co-founder of Oracle while Tommy Haas is the tournament director for the Indian Wells Open. Started in 1974, a total of 96 singles players comprise the main draw in the men’s and women’s field.
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The Indian Wells Masters – or the BNP Paribas Open as it’s called – is the arguably the biggest Masters tournament in the world and often referred to as the fifth major of the year. Bookmakers do have some exciting offers during this tournament as well, and we will update you with any of thee special offers, free bets, money back or price boosts (enhanced odds) closer to the start of the Indian Wells Open.
2020 Indian Wells Open Schedule & Dates
The women’s and the men’s Indian Wells Open will begin from March 9 while the final of the singles draw will be held on March 22. The qualifying rounds will be played before that as 48 players vie to get into the main draw of the tournament. 32 players are seeded and all of them get a bye into the second round.
The Indian Wells Open order of play and schedule will be released in the week before the start of the competition and we will update it here for you.
Match by match 2020 Indian Wells Open Betting Tips
Novak Djokovic will kick-start this edition of the tournament as the favourite to add to his list of Masters titles while Serena Williams would like to prove she still has it in her to go the distance.
Latest Indian Wells Masters Betting Tips & Predictions will be updated below.
Latest 2020 Indian Wells Open Betting Tips & Odds
Indian Wells Open Men’s Singles Winner Odds:
Indian Wells Open Women’s Singles Winner Odds:
Seeded Player List for 2020 Indian Wells Open
Much like most of the majors in the year, all the top players are expected to feature in the Indian Wells Open, both in the women’s and men’s draw. The draw this year will be headlined by the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber, all of whom can be expected to bring in some of the biggest crowds to the tournament.
Roberto Bautista Agut
Pablo Carreño Busta
Alex de Minaur
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What Happened at the 2019 Indian Wells Open?
Dominic Thiem won the men’s singles title at the Indian Wells Masters last season while the women’s singles title was won by wild-card entrant Andreescu Bianca. It was the start of a brilliant run for Bianca, who went on to win the US Open title later in the year.
Thiem, seeded seventh in the tournament, beat Roger Federer in the final in three sets. Down a set, he stormed back to register a fighting victory, having had it easy for most part till the quarter-final. In the last four stage, Thiem needed three sets, two of them that went to tie-breaks, to defeat Milos Raonic.
Federer didn’t drop a set on his way to reaching the final, but was aided by Rafael Nadal’s injury and withdrawal from their semifinal. Top seeded Novak Djokovic was a shock loser in the third round to Philipp Kohlschreiber.
In the women’s singles draw, Andreescu overcame a battling match for the title against Angelique Kerber to clinch a big win. Having gone into the tournament as an unseeded wildcard, the Canadian was deserved winner, having to beat Dominika Cibulkova, Wang Qiang, Garbine Muguruza and Elina Svitolina to reach the final.
The top two seeds, Naomi Osaka and Simona Halep reached the fourth round before bowing out, while Serena Williams retired from her third round encounter against Muguruza.
In 2018, del Potro defeated defending champion Roger Federer in the men’s singles final, in an encounter that went right down to the wire. Sixth seeded in the tournament, the Argentine did not face too many issues before entering the final – there was one three-setter against Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber – but in the title-decider, Federer fought like he is known to fight.
After losing the first set, Federer came back in the second to win it in a hard-fought tie-breaker that lasted 18 points. However, del Potro returned the favour in the third set that also went into a tie-breaker by winning it 7-2 to clinch the title.
Borna Coric and Milos Raonic were the other semi-finalists, losing to Federer and del Potro respectively, but the season looked to be going awry for Djokovic, seeded 10th, who was shocked by Taro Daniel, a Japanese qualifier.
Interestingly, the seeds second to fifth, Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem, all failed to make it to the men’s singles quarter-finals.
In the women’s singles draw, Osaka showed why she would go on to win the US Open title later in the year when she steamrolled most of the top players in action in the tournament. She defeated the likes of Maria Sharapova (round one), Agnieszka Radwanska (round two), Karolina Pliskova (quarter-finals) and Simona Halep (semi-finals) to join Daria Kasatkina in the final.
Kasatkina also had her moments in the tournament as she sent Caroline Wozniacki, the second seed packing before defeating the 2018 Wimbledon champion and 10th seeded Angelique Kerber and eighth seeded Venus Williams in the next few matches.
However, in the final, Kasatkina was no match to the power of Osaka who brushed her aside in straight sets to win the title.
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