Two decorated sports journalists, Bill Dwyre and Art Spander, will provide coverage of the BNP Paribas Open for Palm Spring Life magazine’s website.
There is an argument to be made that Novak Djokovic is the most under-appreciated, under-idolized superstar athlete in the world.
One of the biggest sports spectacles in Southern California – the BNP Paribas Open — comes with free events and tips on how to better the experience.
The popularity of the BNP Paribas Open has become a player favorite because of its stellar facilities, desert backdrop, and willingness to improve.
From low-tech apparel to a high-tech gadget that does everything but hit the ball, here are holiday gift ideas to serve up for the tennis enthusiast in Greater Palm Springs.
Looking for a grass court as the centerpiece for its tennis spoof, “7 Days in Hell,” HBO came calling to the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa where stars like Andy Samberg and Kit Harington hung out last summer during filming.
Barely indistinguishable from one another, save for a slight height edge to one and left versus right handedness, the California born and bred Bryan brothers come home to play in their favorite tournament, the BNP Paribas Open.
“The Indian Wells Tennis Garden facility is second to none outside the Majors,” tennis star Jim Courier says. “The year it came into being was a moment where the bar was raised for other tournaments around the world.”
His dark eyes never stray from the ball during a rally. No. 1 in the world — again — Rafael Nadal is a fluid portrait of fitness, intensity, and focus.
Indian Wells Tennis Garden’s expansion promises continued excellence for the 400,000-plus fans expected to attend the prestigious tournament.