Indian Wells & Rafael Nadal

The Indian Wells Masters (now sponsored by BNP Paribas and officially called the BNP Paribas Open) is an annual tennis tournament held in Indian Wells, California, United States. Rafael Rafa Nadal Parera (born 3 June 1986) is a Spanish professional tennis player and a former World No. 5.0/5

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Rafael Nadal rolls back years to battle into Indian Wells last...
Rafael Nadal faces Kei Nishikori in the quarterfinals of the Indian Wells Masters on Friday. Match time: VAMOS RAFA!
Indian Wells QF: What time does Rafael Nadal play against Kei Nishikori? via
Serena Williams & Rafael Nadal have advanced at Indian Wells
Rafael Nadal: "I lost in the semi-finals of both tournaments and just have to look forward to Indian Wells." Read: https…
Rafael Nadal greets fans following his practice at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, California...
Djokovic closes in on Nadal Berlin - Novak Djokovic closed in on top-ranked Rafael Nadal in the latest men's tennis rankings issued on Monday by the ATP, thanks to beating the Spaniard for the Miami Masters title. Djokovic halved a deficit of almost 4 000 points four weeks ago with his second career Indian Wells/Miami title double, and on 11 810 points is now less than 2 000 points behind Nadal, who has 13 730. The Serb Djokovic beat Nadal in straight sets Sunday for his fourth Miami trophy. He won in Indian Wells a fortnight ago. Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland is third and Canada's Milos Raonic returned into the top 10, up from 12 to 10, thanks to a place in the Miami quarter-finals. ATP Top 10: 1. Rafael Nadal, Spain, 13 730 points 2. Novak Djokovic, Serbia, 11 810 3. Stanislas Wawrinka, Switzerland, 5 740 4. Roger Federer, Switzerland, 5 225 5. Tomas Berdych, Czech Republic, 4 720 6. David Ferrer, Spain, 4 640 7. Juan Martin Del Potro, Argentina, 4 260 8. Andy Murray, Britai ...
Alexandr Dolgopolov celebrates his win over defending champion Rafael Nadal ... - The Australian
▪ Nadal and Sharapova Out at Indian Wells: Defending champions Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova were u...
Maria Sharapova and Rafael Nadal fell to Camila Giorgi and Alexandr Dolgopolov at the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament in Indian Wells.
Nadal, Stosur bundled out: DEFENDING champion Rafael Nadal and seeded Australian Samantha Stour have been beat...
San Francisco ChronicleRafael Nadal stunned by Alexandr Dolgopolov in Indian Wells Round 3SI.comINDIAN WELLS, Calif. — It was a bad day for defending champions at the BNP Paribas Open. Just a couple of hours after Maria Sharapova tumbled out of the tournament, No. 1 Rafael Nadal quickly followed...
My tennis couch from Las Vegas just sent me a text that at the tournament in Indian Wells number one Rafael Nadal gets beat by the Ukrainian player. That is why on my way home I stopped at the sport store to buy a nice racket for myself. It is not like I am going to beat Rafa, but it would be nice to start playing again. My LV couch always knows what buttons to push to keep his students motivated :) I am trying to remember.. First, it has to match my tennis shoes:)
Oh em. Rafael Nadal, MaSha and Vika crushed out at Indian Wells 2014.
Rafael Nadal may be ranked as the No. 1 player in the world, but No. 28 Alexandr Dolgopolov was neither afraid nor fazed by the Spaniard in Indian Wells...
With spring break on the horizon and two Masters 1000 events on deck, the Nike Tennis Spring 2014 collection for Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Juan Martin Del Potro has been released for the tournaments in Indian Wells, California and Miami, Florida.
"Rafael leaves tomorrow to Rio de Janeiro. Before defending the title in Indian Wells, he will rest in...
Photos of Rafael Nadal through the years, 2007 through the start of 2014. Australian Open, Indian Wells, and Wimbledon are courtesy of Richard Hess. Miami, Cincinnati, and U.S. Open are courtesy of...
February 7 2014 Dubai UAE    Juan Martin Del Potro is hoping to do at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships what he once did at the US Open. At one stage the Grand Slams were being dominated by Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, but in 2009 he beat them both in New York to break their monopoly and win his first Grand Slam title.   Now, with Federer and Novak Djokovic dominating here in Dubai by claiming the title in nine of the last 11 years, the amiable Argentine is ready to do a repeat of 2009 and put his name on the winners board.   This is his third straight year competing at one of the strongest events staged outside of the Grand Slams, and his two previous visits saw him reach the semi-finals before, ironically, losing to Federer in 2012 and Djokovic in 2013.   With victories last season against Djokovic at Indian Wells and Federer in the Basel final, as well as Nadal in Shanghai, Del Potro knows he has what it takes to beat the best in the world and add a Dubai triumph to his already impressiv ...
BEST Grand Slam MATCHES OF 2013 - NOS. 1-2: ATPWorldTour.com reviews the two best Grand Slam matches of the year. 2. Novak Djokovic d. Juan Martin Del Potro 7-5, 4-6, 7-6(2), 6-7(6), 6-3, Wimbledon Semi-finals The longest Wimbledon semi-final in history featured a mammoth slugfest between Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Potro. The Big Four had dominated the Grand Slams for nearly the past four years and the Argentine was ready to break up the elite quartet. Having twisted his left ankle and hyper-extended his left knee in a third round victory over Grega Zemlja, a hobbled Del Potro entered Centre Court with a point to prove in his first major semi-final since claiming the US Open title in 2009. The Tower of Tandil had struggled to make a splash at the Grand Slam level since undergoing season-ending wrist surgery three years ago, but on this day, after nearly five hours of pulsating tennis, he made a booming statement on the game’s grandest stage. An encore of their thrilling Indian Wells semi-final f ...
Nadal: Being No1 again my greatest feat Rafael Nadal admits his return to the top of the world rankings after battling a serious knee injury is the greatest achievement of his illustrious career. Nadal has arrived in London for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals on the verge of capping a remarkable recovery by finishing the year at number one in the world. That would be an incredible effort given the 13-time Grand Slam champion was sidelined with potentially career-threatening knee tendinitis for seven months from mid-2012 until early this year. The 27-year-old Spaniard, who has struggled with knee problems for much of his career, returned to win the French Open and then the US Open, as well as Masters events in Indian Wells, Madrid, Rome, Montreal and Cincinnati before reclaiming number one spot last month. “It is the most difficult thing I did in my career. I'm 100 percent sure of that,” Nadal said. “After seven months of not even being able to practice tennis I came back and won from the beg ...
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Rafael Nadal poses with journalist Neil Harman of The Times newpaper in Indian Wells.
Rafael Nadal is a best of 6/1 for the title following his victory in Indian Wells last night -
February 27th, 2013 Nadal Denies Reports Of Not Playing IW/Miami; Marca Sticks With The Story by Sean Randall Continuing our daily saga of updating Rafa’s knee situation: Rafael Nadal and his camp came out yesterday and denied reports that he was not going to play the hardcourt events in Indian Wells and Miami (plus the NYC exo). Earlier Marca came out with the story that to save his knees Rafa would not return to hardcourts until the summer. After a win last night in Acapulco, Rafa responded. “My intention is to go to Indian Wells,” Nadal told the AP. “This is the truth because I love this tournament and the priority is to play. But if I don’t feel comfortable playing and decide to wait to play on the hard courts, that’s how it will be and I’ll rest for the clay-court season (in Europe). But today I can’t answer. “I said the truth. I don’t know if I’m going to go or not,” Nadal repeated. “It will depend on how I feel every day and every week.” As for his knee, Nadal sounded op ...
Former world number one Rafael Nadal will miss next month's ATP World Tour Masters Series events in Miami and Indian Wells. The 11-time Grand Slam champion only returned to the court this month after a seven-month injury lay-off with a persistent knee problem, but has decided to only play on clay courts as he prepares his bid for an eighth French Open title in May.
Rafael Nadal is scheduled to play next week’s tournament in Sao Paolo, then take a week off, and then compete in Acapulco, Indian Wells
World Sports News Nadal to make long-awaited return Rafael Nadal will make his long-awaited return to tennis after an agonising six-month knee injury battle in the Gulf this week, but has warned he is not expecting any title-winning pyrotechnics. The 26-year-old Spaniard joins world No.1 Novak Djokovic and third-ranked Andy Murray in the six-player, three-day Mubadala Championships ahead of his return to the ATP circuit at Doha from December 31. Nadal hasn't played since his shock second round exit to 100th-ranked Lukas Rosol at Wimbledon in June, missing the Olympics, the US Open as well as the Davis Cup final against the Czech Republic which his country lost. Although desperate to play again, Nadal is equally keen to play down expectations. "Abu Dhabi is a test. My goal is not this week, not Doha or the Australian Open. My goal is to get fit, recover all my feelings. The only thing I care about is the knee," the seven-time French Open champion said. "The idea is to go from there. I won't give much value ...
Rafael Nadal does not expect to be back to full fitness and close to his competitive best until the Masters tennis event at Indian Wells ...
( L-R) Lindsay Davenport, Steffi Graf of Germany, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer of Switzerland, Martina Navratilova, Andre Agassi, and Rafael Nadal of Spain, pose after Hit for Haiti, a charity event during the BNP Paribas Open on March 12, 2010 in Indian Wells, California.
title after two victories in Indian Wells with Rafael Nadal.
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