Indian Wells 2024: Where to watch, Live streaming details, and TV schedule

Here are the live streaming and broadcasting details for the 2024 Indian Wells across the globe.

Indian Wells 2024: Where to watch, Live streaming details, and TV schedule

Carlos Alcaraz with the 2023 Indian Wells trophy (Source: IMAGO)

The 2024 Indian Wells, officially known as the BNP Paribas Open, will be played from March 3 to March 17. Every year, the tournament is played at Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California and the matches are played on outdoor hard courts. It has a rich history dating back to 1974 and is often referred to as the fifth Grand Slam for its reputation as one of the most important tournaments in the ATP and WTA tours besides the four Majors. 

The 2024 Indian Wells will be the 50th edition of the tournament, which makes the stakes even higher. The total prize pool for the tournament this year will be $19 million. Last year, the winning prize was $1.1 million. So far, the winning a prize for the 2024 Indian Wells has not been disclosed, but it is expected to be slightly more than last year. 

Talking about the tournament’s history, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are the most successful players in the Indian Wells. They have each won the tournament five times. Roger Federer won the tournament in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2012 and 2017, while Djokovic won the tournament in 2008, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

On the women’s side of things, the most successful player in the tournament is Martina Navratilova, who won the tournament two times (1990 and 1991). Alongside Navratilova, eight other women have won the title twice. Only Navratilova has managed to win the women’s singles titles consecutively at Indian Wells.

Broadcast and live streaming details for the Indian Wells 2024

The competition in the 2024 Indian Wells will be insane because almost all the top players are in sensational form this time. Jannik Sinner, who recently won the Australian Open by defeating the likes of Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev in the semifinal and final, respectively, is perhaps in the best form of his life. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who is making a return to the tournament after five years, will look to redeem himself.

Indian Wells Open
Still from Indian Wells Open (image via IMAGO)

Rafael Nadal will also be taking part in the Indian Wells after a year-long break. He last participated in the 2022 edition of the tournament and became the runner-up after losing to Taylor Fritz in the final. He is most definitely also a force to be reckoned with. Carlos Alcaraz, who recently suffered an ankle injury in the Rio Open, will have the giant responsibility of stopping these players in order to defend his title. 

  • Japan: WOWOW, Gaora Sports Channel
  • Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia: beIN Southeast Asia
  • China: CCTV
  • India: Sony 
  • Australia: beIN Sports Australia 
  • Spain: Telefonica 
  • Switzerland: Sky Deutschland
  • Germany, Italy: Pragosport (News)
  • USA: Tennis Channel 
  • Canada: TSN
  • South America: ESPN International Latam 

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