For the first time since the Australian Open, all of the world’s best ATP stars will be in one place as the first ATP Masters 1000 event of the season takes place at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, live between March 7-17.

Saturday 17 March sees the Indian Wells final being played live from 10:30pm GMT:

Federer has never lost to Thiem on hard courts - but has a SF walkover from Nadal harmed his rhythm?

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ATP Indian Wells seeds

Here are the full list of seeds for the Indian Wells Masters, and who they are drawn to face next.

Seeded players at the 2019 Indian Wells Masters

SeedPlayerPrevious bestNext opponent
1Novak DjokovicChampion (2008, 2011, 2014-16)R1: Bye
R2: d. Bjorn Fratangelo, 7-6(5), 6-2
R3: Lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber, 4-6, 4-6
2Rafael NadalChampion (2007, 2009, 2013)R1: Bye
R2: d. Jared Donaldson, 6-1, 6-1
R3: d. Diego Schwartzman (25), 6-3, 6-1
R16: d. Filip Krajinovic, 6-3, 6-4
QF: d. Karen Khachanov (12), 7-6(2), 7-6(2)
SF: Faces Roger Federer (4)
3Alexander ZverevR16 (2016)R1: Bye
R2: d. Martin Klizan, 6-3, 2-0 (ret.)
R3: Lost to Jan-Lennard Struff, 3-6, 1-6
4Roger FedererChampion (2004-6, 2012, 2017)R1: Bye
R2: d. Peter Gojowczyk, 6-1, 7-5
R3: d. Stan Wawrinka, 6-3, 6-4
R16: d. Kyle Edmund (22), 6-1, 6-4
QF: d. Hubert Hurkacz, 6-4, 6-4
SF: Faces Rafael Nadal (2)
5Kevin AndersonQF (2013-14, 2018)Withdrew
6Kei NishikoriQF (2016-17)R1: Bye
R2: d. Adrian Mannarino, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6(4)
R3: Lost to Hubert Hurkacz, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6 
7Dominic ThiemQF (2017)R1: Bye
R2: d. Jordan Thompson, 6-4, 7-5
R3: d. Gilles Simon (27), 6-3, 6-1
R16: d. Ivo Karlovic, 6-4, 6-3
QF: d. Gael Monfils (18), W/O
SF: Faces Milos Raonic (13)
8John IsnerRunner-up (2012)R1: Bye
R2: d. Alexei Popyrin, 6-0, 6-2
R3: d. Guido Pella (32), 6-3, 6-4
R16: Lost to Karen Khachanov (12), 4-6, 6-7(1)
9Stefanos TsitsipasR2 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Felix Auger-Aliassime, 4-6, 2-6
10Marin CilicQF (2016)R1: Bye
R2: d. Dusan Lajovic, 6-3, 6-4
R3: Lost to Denis Shapovalov (24), 4-6, 2-6
11Borna CoricSF (2018)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Ivo Karlovic, 4-6, 6-7(2)
12Karen KhachanovR2 (2017)R1: Bye
R2: d. Feliciano Lopez, 6-3, 1-6, 6-4
R3: d. Andrey Rublev (LL), 7-5, 6-3
R16: d. John Isner (8), 6-4, 7-6(1)
QF: Lost to Rafael Nadal (2), 6-7(2), 6-7(2)
13Milos RaonicRunner-up (2016)R1: Bye
R2: d. Sam Querrey, 7-6(1), 6-4
R3: d. Marcos Giron (Q), 4-6, 6-4, 6-4
R16: d. Jan-Lennard Struff, 6-4, 6-3
QF: d. Miomir Kecmanovic (LL), 6-3, 6-4
14Daniil MedvedevR3 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: d. Mackenzie McDonald, 7-5, 6-0
R3: Lost to Filip Krajinovic, 3-6, 2-6
15Marco CecchinatoQ1 (2015)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Albert Ramos-Vinolas, 4-6, 2-6
16Fabio FogniniR3 (2014, 2017)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Radu Albot, 0-6, 6-7(4)
17Nikoloz BasilashviliR1 (2017-18)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Prajnesh Gunneswaran, 4-6, 7-6(6), 6-7(4)
18Gael MonfilsQF (2016)R1: Bye
R2: d. Leonardo Mayer, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3
R3: d. Albert Ramos-Vinolas, 6-0, 6-3
R16: d. Philipp Kohlschreiber, 6-0, 6-2
QF: Lost to Dominic Thiem (7), W/O
19Pablo Carreno BustaSF (2017)Withdrew
20David GoffinSF (2016)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Filip Krajinovic, 3-6, 3-6
21Roberto Bautista AgutR16 (2014)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Yoshihito Nishioka, 6-7(3), 4-6
22Kyle EdmundR2 (2017-18)R1: Bye
R2: d. Nicolas Jarry, 6-2, 6-0
R3: d. Radu Albot, 6-3, 6-3
R16: Lost to Roger Federer (4), 1-6, 4-6
23Alex de MinaurR2 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Marcos Giron, 6-1, 4-6, 2-6
24Denis ShapovalovR2 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: d. Steve Johnson, 6-3, 6-4
R3: d. Marin Cilic (10), 6-4, 6-2
R16: Lost to Hubert Hurkacz, 6-7(3), 6-2, 3-6
25Diego SchwartzmanR2 (2015, 2018)R1: Bye
R2: d. Roberto Carballes Baena, 6-3, 6-1
R3: Lost to Rafael Nadal (2), 3-6, 1-6
26Grigor DimitrovR3 (2013-15, 2017)Withdrew
27Gilles SimonQF (2012)R1: Bye
R2: d. Malek Jaziri, 6-3, 6-7(4), 6-4
R3: Lost to Dominic Thiem (7), 3-6, 1-6
28Lucas PouilleR3 (2017)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Hubert Hurkacz, 2-6, 6-3, 4-6
29Marton FucsovicsR2 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: Lost to Stan Wawrinka, 4-6, 7-6(5), 5-7
30Laslo DjereR1 (2018)R1: Bye
R2: d. Guido Andreozzi, 6-3, 6-4
R3: Lost to Miomir Kecmanovic, 2-6, 6-7(3)
31Nick KyrgiosQF (2017)R1: Bye
R2: lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber, 4-6, 4-6
32Guido PellaR3 (2016)R1: Bye
R2: d. Alex Bolt (Q), 7-6(5), 2-6, 6-3
R3: Lost to John Isner (10), 3-6, 4-6

ATP Indian Wells players 2019

The very best men’s tennis has to offer will descend upon the Californian desert as the first ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the season gets underway in Indian Wells, live between March 7-17.

The climactic stages of the tournament offer two exceptional semifinals after a week and a half of dramatic shocks. Acapulco champion Nick Kyrgios, third seed Alexander Zverev and - most surprisingly of all - world no. 1 Novak Djokovic all met with early exits in the Californian desert, while new potential stars like 19-year-old lucky loser Miomir Kecmanovic and Poland's big-serving young gun Hubert Hurkacz made their mark on the tennis landscape.

Just four contenders for the title remain. In the top half of the draw, seventh seed Dominic Thiem faces off with former runner-up Milos Raonic (Saturday 16 March, 11am local/6pm GMT): Will the French Open finalist make his first hard-court Masters 1000 Series final? Or will the big-serving Canadian, runner-up at Indian Wells in 2016, reach the title match once more?

In the bottom half of the draw, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will face off for the 39th time in the latest installment of tennis's most legendary rivalry (Saturday 16 March, 1pm local/8pm GMT). Federer has won the last five matches he has played against Nadal, but the Spaniard still holds the balance of power in the rivalry, leading 23-15.

Indian Wells PLAYER PERFORMANCE

How have the top players fared at the Indian Wells Masters?

Indian Wells Masters player performance: Top men

PlayerTitlesRunner-up finishesMain-draw appearancesWin-loss record2018 result
Roger Federer531762-12Runner-up (lost to Juan Martin del Potro)
Novak Djokovic511349-8R2 (lost to Taro Daniel)
Rafael Nadal311350-10Did not play
Juan Martin del Potro11824-7Champion (d. Roger Federer)
Stan Wawrinka011022-10Did not play
Milos Raonic01719-7SF (lost to Juan Martin del Potro)
John Isner011121-11R2 (lost to Gael Monfils)
Andy Murray011225-12Did not play

Novak Djokovic has won the Indian Wells Masters five times

About Indian Wells

One of the biggest events in tennis, the BNP Paribas Open – also known as the Indian Wells Masters – is one of only two tournaments outside the four Grand Slams to last longer than a week, with the tournament unfolding over two weeks at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in the Californian desert. The property of billionaire Larry Ellison, CEO and co-founder of Oracle, the tournament and the venue features the second-largest tennis stadium in the world. 

Indian Wells has roots stretching back to 1976 when the tournament began a five-year run at the Mission Hills Country Club in the Coachella Valley before moving to the La Quinta Hotel under the direction of Charlie Pasarell. The tournament went through a large number of different names and title sponsors before its current facilities at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden were developed and it became known in 2009 as the BNP Paribas Open. The women’s tournament was held a week prior to the men’s until 1996, when the two events were combined to create the BNP Paribas Open.

Founded by ex-tennis pros Charlie Pasarell and Raymond Moore, the tournament now called the BNP Paribas Open is a Masters 1000 Series event for the men and a Premier Mandatory event for the women, meaning that it is one of a small number of events at which the best players on both tours are required to appear. Beyond that, Indian Wells is an incredibly popular event for both players and fans. Played at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, which features 29 courts including a 16,100-seat main stadium which is the second-largest tennis stadium in the world and an 8,000-set Stadium 2 which was added after redevelopment began in 2013, the BNP Paribas Open is one of just two events outside the four majors at which main-draw play extends beyond a week. The second is the Miami Open, which directly follows Indian Wells on the calendar. Winning both events in the same year is one of the most difficult feats in tennis and is known as the 'Sunshine Double'. Only seven men - most recently Roger Federer in 2017 - and three women, most recently Victoria Azarenka in 2016, have completed the 'Sunshine Double'. 

Players who have completed the Sunshine Double

PlayerNo. of times completedYears
Novak Djokovic42011, 2014-16
Roger Federer32005-6, 2017
Steffi Graf21994, 1996
Jim Courier11991
Michael Chang11992
Pete Sampras11994
Marcelo Rios11998
Andre Agassi12001
Kim Clijsters12005
Victoria Azarenka12016


Indian Wells is the first Masters 1000 Series or Premier Mandatory event on the tennis calendar and punctuates the long stretch between the Australian Open in January and the French Open in late May, bringing the first quarter of the year, dominated as it is by hard courts, to an exciting climax before the tours move on to clay courts. Many if not most of the all-time greats of the game have captured the title at Indian Wells, starting with John Newcombe beating Arthur Ashe in the final of the inaugural tournament in 1974; Jimmy Connors (1976, 1981, 1984), Boris Becker (1987-8), Stefan Edberg (1980), Jim Courier (1991, 1993), Michael Chang (1992, 1996-7), Pete Sampras (1994-5), Andre Agassi (2001) and Lleyton Hewitt (2002-3) have all proved popular champions in the desert on the men's side, while the shorter history of the women's event has seen Martina Navratilova (1990-1), Monica Seles (1992), Steffi Graf (1994, 1996), Martina Hingis (1998), Kim Clijsters (2003, 2005) and Justine Henin (2004) taking the crown. 

In recent years, the 'Big Four' have established dominance over the men's event at the BNP Paribas Open. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic between them share the all-time record for most Indian Wells titles, with each winning five times; Federer between 2004 and 2017, when he won his first title in five years and went on to complete a third Sunshine Double, and Djokovic between 2008 and 2016, winning four Sunshine Doubles over that period. Juan Martin del Potro broke the stranglehold of the Big Four in 2018 when he saved match points to beat Federer in a thrilling three-set final, 6-4 6-7(8) 7-6(2).

ATP Indian Wells tournament information

Indian Wells 2019 tournament information

BNP Paribas Open 2019Indian Wells
Dates4-17 March 2018
LocationIndian Wells, California, USA
VenueIndian Wells Tennis Garden
SurfaceHard (Plexipave), outdoor
ATP World Tour categoryMasters 1000
WTA Tour categoryPremier Mandatory
Entrants96 singles / 32 doubles
Number of seeds32
Reigning men's championJuan Martin del Potro
Reigning women's championNaomi Osaka
Prize money (men)US$7,037,595
Prize money (women)US$6,844,139

Roger Federer has won five Indian Wells Masters titles

Former ATP Indian Wells champions

Previous winners of the Indian Wells Masters

YearChampionRunner-up
1974John NewcombeArthur Ashe
1975John AlexanderIlie Nastase
1976Jimmy ConnorsRoscoe Tanner
1977Brian GottfriedGuillermo Vilas
1978Roscoe TannerRaul Ramirez
1979Roscoe Tanner (2)Brian Gottfriend
1981Jimmy Connors (2)Ivan Lendl
1982Yannick NoahIvan Lendl
1983Jose HiguerasEliot Teltscher
1984Jimmy Connors (3)Yannick Noah
1985Larry StefankiDavid Pate
1986Joakim NystromYannick Noah
1987Boris BeckerStefan Edberg
1988Boris Becker (2)Emilio Sanchez
1989Miroslav MecirYannick Noah
1990Stefan EdbergAndre Agassi
1991Jim CourierGuy Forget
1992Michael ChangAndrei Chesnokov
1993Jim Courier (2)Wayne Ferreira
1994Pete SamprasPetr Korda
1995Pete Sampras (2)Andre Agassi
1996Michael Chang (2)Paul Haarhuis
1997Michael Chang (3)Bohdan Ulihrach
1998Marcelo RiosGreg Rusedski
1999Mark PhilippoussisCarlos Moya
2000Alex CorretjaThomas Enqvist
2001Andre AgassiPete Sampras
2002Lleyton HewittTim Henman
2003Lleyton Hewitt (2)Gustavo Kuerten
2004Roger FedererTim Henman
2005Roger Federer (2)Lleyton Hewitt
2006Roger Federer (3)James Blake
2007Rafael NadalNovak Djokovic
2008Novak DjokovicMardy Fish
2009Rafael Nadal (2)Andy Murray
2010Ivan LjubicicAndy Roddick
2011Novak Djokovic (2)Rafael Nadal
2012Roger Federer (4)John Isner
2013Rafael Nadal (3)Juan Martin del Potro
2014Novak Djokovic (3)Roger Federer
2015Novak Djokovic (4)Roger Federer
2016Novak Djokovic (5)Milos Raonic
2017Roger Federer (5)Stan Wawrinka
2018Juan Martin del PotroRoger Federer

ATP Indian Wells ranking points

ATP Masters 1000 ranking points

RoundPoints
Champion1,000
Runner-up600
Semifinalist360
Quarterfinalist180
Round of 1690
Round of 3245
Round of 6425

Indian Wells Masters Records & Statistics

Here are some of the most significant records and statistics set in previous editions of the Indian Wells Masters.

Last updated 22/2/2019

Most titles
Roger Federer - 5 (2004-6, 2012, 2017)
Novak Djokovic - 5 (2008, 2011, 2014-16)

Most finals
Roger Federer - 8 (2004-6, 2012, 2014-15, 2017-18)

Most consecutive titles
Roger Federer - 3 (2004-6)
Novak Djokovic - 3 (2014-6)

Most consecutive finals
Roger Federer - 3 (2004-6)
Novak Djokovic - 3 (2014-16)

Most matches played
Roger Federer - 74

Most matches won
Roger Federer - 62

Longest winning streak
Novak Djokovic - 19 (2014-17)

Most main-draw appearances
Roger Federer - 17
Andre Agassi - 17

Best percentage of matches won
Novak Djokovic - 85.96% (49-8)

Longest final
Jim Courier d. Guy Forget, 1991 - 51 games

Shortest final
Novak Djokovic d. Milos Raonic, 2016 - 14 games

Oldest champion
Roger Federer, 2017 - 35 years, 7 months, 11 days

Youngest champion
Boris Becker, 1987 - 19 years, 2 months, 26 days

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