Indian Wells gets closer to set record attendance

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Indian Wells gets closer to set record attendance

The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells was once again a success. 450,502 people attended the two-week event from Monday 5 to Sunday 18. This is the second highest attendance ever, behind only 2015 when 456,672 people were there.

In 2017, 439,261 people, in 2016, 438,058. Indian Wells is the most attended Masters 1000 and the fifth event in the World. They got closer to Roland Garros, attended by a record 472,000 fans in 2017. On Instagram the tournament director Tommy Haas wrote: 'What another amazing year here @bnpparibasopen Thanks to all the players for coming this way and giving it all they have.

Truly can’t wait to see what next year has in store already. Thanks to the entire staff and team here @indianwellstennisgarden Amazing efforts all around. Let the work begin for 2019.'

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