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Get in the game with the Tiger Mobiles Tennis Challenge

Various websites have offered prediction contests for the four tennis Grand Slams and occasionally some of the Masters 1000 events. But even those are single-tournament competitions, no part of a season-long game that would pique the interest of fans from start to finish throughout 2015. 439 more words

Australian Open

Nadal on preliminary doubles list for Indian Wells Masters

Nowhere on the entire ATP World Tour is the doubles draw annually more intriguing than at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. In addition to the traditional doubles specialists, singles players–even the very top guys–often sign up for doubles in the desert. 384 more words

Rafael Nadal

American beauty: Fish wins first match, Serena makes big announcement

He’s back!

Mardy Fish will make a much grander return next month when he plays singles at the Indian Wells Masters, but he returned to competitive tennis during first-round doubles action at the Dallas Challenger on Wednesday. 333 more words

News

Serena Williams' headed back to Indian Wells!

“Today I announced that I’m going back to the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells. It’s a big moment for me, and one that I want to share with you. 22 more words

Top 10 Men, Solid Women's Draw Expected At Indian Wells

INDIAN WELLS (AP) — Defending champion Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal headline the field for the BNP Paribas Open in March, giving the tournament the top three men’s players in the world during its 40th anniversary in the Southern California desert. 116 more words

Sports

Top 10 Matches of the Year: No. 8 – Djokovic vs. Federer, Indian Wells

A four-team panel featuring Ricky Dimon, Pete Ziebron, Joey Hanf, and Jared Pine has voted on the Grandstand’s Top 10 Matches of the Year. 332 more words

Roger Federer

Who was better? Grigor Dimitrov vs. Odell Beckham Jr.

The tennis season is over, so there is nothing left to talk about…. Well, there is if we relate the greatest sport in the world to other, less outstanding forms of athletic prowess. 95 more words

Grigor Dimitrov