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Indian Wells Betting Tips from our Experts


Established in 1974, the tournament has had different names up until now. The first edition was played in Tuscan, Arizona until 1981 wherein the competition moved to Coachella Valley. in 1987 it was then moved to Indian Wells and has since been considered as one of the most important of the Masters series. It was Naomi Osaka and Juan Martin del Potro who won 2015's edition. It is played this year from March 6 to 19. This is a Masters event, so the winner will receive 1000 ranking points.

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How to bet on Indian Wells


  • Seeding: These will show people interested which players are likely to meet each other as the tournament progresses. The strongest are seeded from 1 - 32. Seeded players are exempt from playing the frist round and thus have energy going into the second. Consult seeding and rankings before betting.
  • Past matches: Before putting money down it is advisable to research if players have met each other in the past, how often and the result that came from their encounters. Perhaps even at Indian Wells. This information is critical.
  • Physcial state: After the Australian Open, Indian Wells is the next premier tournament and players normally do everything to be in shape for it.
  • Results from past years: Results of previous editions are important. If a player enjoys the tournament, they will be a good player to back - although odds may not be great. For instance Djokovic has won Indian Wells 4 times, Rafa Nadal has been victorious on three occassions. The defending champion is Cameron Norrie.

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10 Key Indian Wells Statistics


  1. Not since 2016 has a player retained the men's singles title. On that occasion it was Novak Djokovic who achieved the feat.
  2. Three of the last four finals have gone to a final set.
  3. Two of the last three winners came from a set down to win the title.
  4. Andy Murray was the runner-up in 2009 but hasn't got past the last four since then.
  5. Daniil Medvedev is bidding to win a fourth straight tournament. 
  6. 24% of matches played last year had a tie-break in the first set.
  7. The average number of games per match in 2022 was 23.7
  8. 63% of matches were won in two sets.
  9. 5% of matches had a 6-0 set
  10. Only one of the last 12 finals has had under 21 games played.

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