The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California will feature some top tennis talent. This is the first time that Men’s Tennis’ “Big Four” have claimed the top four seeds at the BNP Paribas Open. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray will headline an exciting field of the best players in Men’s and Women’s Tennis.
The Open will last from March 9th to March 22nd. BNP Paribas Open tickets are going for $309.25 on the secondary market. The most expensive day will undoubtedly be the finale. Tickets for the finale are going for $695.02 on the secondary market. Fans can enter the arena for $166.00. The time to buy is now, as prices have increased by seven percent in the past seven days.
The least expensive evening session will happen on March 12, 2015. The average price for this day is $59.12 on the secondary market. Tickets are going for as low as $13.00. This is an extremely reasonable price for tennis fans looking to check out some heated action.
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Nadal will especially look to have a better showing at Indian Wells. He fell in last year’s third round, which is uncharacteristic of one of the world’s best players. Murray may have a tough test against world No. 5 Kei Nishikori in the quarterfinal round. If all happens as projected, this could be the match of the quarterfinals. American Mardy Fish will make his return to tennis as he makes his first tournament appearance since 2013. He hasn’t appeared since 2013’s Winston Salem open because of heart issues. Fish will look to go deep into the tournament, and will start against Ryan Harrison.
Fan-favorite Serena Williams took the top seed of the women’s draw. Maria Sharapova took seed No. 2. However, USA Today called Sharapova’s group the “Group Of Death”. She is slated to play Victoria Azarenka and Ana Ivanovic, who won the open in 2008. Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki take the last two top spots in the women’s bracket. According to TiqIQ, tickets are going for top dollar on the secondary market.