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    BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    STATEMENT REGARDING CORONAVIRUS

    2020 BNP PARIBAS OPEN – STATEMENT REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
    March 6, 2020

    Following the direction and guidance of Dr. David Agus, Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California, and Martin Massiello, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Eisenhower Health, the BNP Paribas Open is taking action to continue prioritizing the health and safety of the fans, athletes, and everyone involved with the tournament.
    First and foremost, any patron that has purchased tickets directly from the tournament may request a refund for the 2020 tournament, or a credit for the 2021 tournament. Patrons can click the button below to request a refund or credit.
    Additional actions include:

    • More than 250 hand sanitizing stations have been placed throughout the facility
    • Players will be required to manage their own towel on court and ball kids will not touch or move player towels. A chair will be placed at the back of the court for them to place their towel on for usage during the match.
    • Ball kids will wear gloves
    • Restaurant and food supply workers will wear gloves
    • Volunteers taking tickets at entrances will wear gloves
    • N95 masks are being secured for first aid and health personnel to be prepared for any circumstances that would necessitate the use thereof
    • Organized player and fan interaction will be limited at the tournament
    • All common areas throughout the facility will be cleaned daily with an antiviral application
    • Coordinating with local hospital and CDC approved testing for all individuals with symptoms

    Further actions are being considered and evaluated on a daily basis in order to continue to ensure the safety of everyone associated with the event. The 2020 BNP Paribas Open is scheduled to proceed as planned.

    https://bnpparibasopen.com/coronavirus/
    “No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up.” – Lily Tomlin.




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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Tournament: BNP Paribas Open
    Location: Indian Wells, CA, U.S.A.
    Dates: March 9 – March 22 2020
    Tier: ATP M1000
    Surface: Hard
    Prize Money: $8,761,725
    Total Financial Commitment: $9,735,685

    Djokovic, Novak (SRB)
    Nadal, Rafael (ESP)
    Thiem, Dominic (AUT)
    Medvedev, Daniil (RUS)
    Tsitsipas, Stefanos (GRE)
    Zverev, Alexander (GER)
    Berrettini, Matteo (ITA)
    Bautista Agut, Roberto (ESP)
    Monfils, Gael (FRA)
    Goffin, David (BEL)
    Fognini, Fabio (ITA)
    Shapovalov, Denis (CAN)
    Schwartzman, Diego (ARG)
    Anderson, Kevin (RSA) PR
    Wawrinka, Stan (SUI)
    Rublev, Andrey (RUS)
    Khachanov, Karen (RUS)
    Isner, John (USA)
    Dimitrov, Grigor (BUL)
    Paire, Benoit (FRA)
    Auger-Aliassime, Felix (CAN)
    de Minaur, Alex (AUS)
    Pouille, Lucas (FRA)
    Kyrgios, Nick (AUS)
    Lajovic, Dusan (SRB)
    Coric, Borna (CRO)
    Basilashvili, Nikoloz (GEO)
    Carreno Busta, Pablo (ESP)
    Hurkacz, Hubert (POL)
    Evans, Daniel (GBR)
    Fritz, Taylor (USA)
    Raonic, Milos (CAN)
    Garin, Cristian (CHI)
    Struff, Jan-Lennard (GER)
    Opelka, Reilly (USA)
    Cilic, Marin (CRO)
    Djere, Laslo (SRB)
    Krajinovic, Filip (SRB)
    Ramos-Vinolas, Albert (ESP)
    Humbert, Ugo (FRA)
    Mannarino, Adrian (FRA)
    Querrey, Sam (USA)
    Cuevas, Pablo (URU)
    Millman, John (AUS)
    Ruud, Casper (NOR)
    Albot, Radu (MDA)
    Tiafoe, Frances (USA)
    Verdasco, Fernando (ESP)
    Londero, Juan Ignacio (ARG)
    Sonego, Lorenzo (ITA)
    Kecmanovic, Miomir (SRB)
    Bedene, Aljaz (SLO)
    Bublik, Alexander (KAZ)
    Lopez, Feliciano (ESP)
    Chardy, Jeremy (FRA)
    Sousa, Joao (POR)
    Gasquet, Richard (FRA)
    Simon, Gilles (FRA)
    Norrie, Cameron (GBR)
    Andujar, Pablo (ESP)
    Herbert, Pierre-Hugues (FRA)
    Edmund, Kyle (GBR)
    Thompson, Jordan (AUS)
    Fucsovics, Marton (HUN)
    Kukushkin, Mikhail (KAZ)
    Berankis, Ricardas (LTU)
    Moutet, Corentin (FRA)
    Nishioka, Yoshihito (JPN)
    Lu, Yen-Hsun (TPE) PR
    Harris, Lloyd (RSA)
    Dellien, Hugo (BOL)
    Pospisil, Vasek (CAN) PR
    Travaglia, Stefano (ITA)
    Johnson, Steve (USA)
    Delbonis, Federico (ARG)
    Cecchinato, Marco (ITA)
    Ymer, Mikael (SWE)
    Kohlschreiber, Philipp (GER)
    Paul, Tommy (USA)
    Sinner, Jannik (ITA)
    WC Giron, Marcos USA
    “No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up.” – Lily Tomlin.




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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Tournament: BNP Paribas Open
    Location: Indian Wells, California, USA
    Dates: March 9 - Mar 22, 2020
    Level: Premier Mandatory
    Total Financial Commitment: $8,761,725
    Surface: Hard

    1 Barty, Ashleigh (AUS)
    2 Pliskova, Karolina (CZE)
    3 Halep, Simona (ROU)
    4 Osaka, Naomi (JPN)
    5 Svitolina, Elina (UKR)
    6 Andreescu, Bianca (CAN)
    7 Bencic, Belinda (SUI)
    8 Kvitova, Petra (CZE)
    9 Williams, Serena (USA)
    10 Bertens, Kiki (NED)
    11 Keys, Madison (USA)
    12 Sabalenka, Aryna (BLR)
    13 Konta, Johanna (GBR)
    14 Martic, Petra (CRO)
    15 Kenin, Sofia (USA)
    16 Vondrousova, Marketa (CZE)
    17 Mertens, Elise (BEL)
    19 Riske, Alison (USA)
    20 Vekic, Donna (CRO)
    21 Yastremska, Dayana (UKR)
    22 Muchova, Karolina (CZE)
    23 Sakkari, Maria (GRE)
    24 Anisimova, Amanda (USA)
    26 Rybakina, Elena (KAZ)
    27 Stephens, Sloane (USA)
    28 Alexandrova, Ekaterina (RUS)
    29 Wang, Qiang (CHN)
    30 Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia (RUS)
    31 Kontaveit, Anett (EST)
    32 Muguruza, Garbiñe (ESP)
    33 Sevastova, Anastasija (LAT)
    34 Strycova, Barbora (CZE)
    35 Zhang, Shuai (CHN)
    37 Hsieh Su-Wei (TPE)
    38 Putintseva, Yulia (KAZ)
    39 Goerges, Julia (GER)
    40 Kudermetova, Veronika (RUS)
    41 Mladenovic, Kristina (FRA)
    42 Zheng, Saisai (CHN)
    43 Linette, Magda (POL)
    44 Peterson, Rebecca (SWE)
    45 Ostapenko, Jelena (LAT)
    46 Garcia, Caroline (FRA)
    47 Van Uytvanck, Alison (BEL)
    47 Shvedova, Yaroslava (KAZ) SR
    48 Hercog, Polona (SLO)
    49 Brady, Jennifer (USA)
    51 Wang, Yafan (CHN)
    52 Tomljanovic, Ajla (AUS)
    53 Kuznetsova, Svetlana (RUS)
    54 Suárez Navarro, Carla (ESP)
    55 Williams, Venus (USA)
    56 Swiatek, Iga (POL)
    57 Siniakova, Katerina (CZE)
    58 Blinkova, Anna (RUS)
    59 Bouzkova, Marie (CZE)
    60 Kuzmova, Viktoria (SVK)
    61 Cornet, Alizé (FRA)
    62 Davis, Lauren (USA)
    63 Ferro, Fiona (FRA)
    64 Pliskova, Kristyna (CZE)
    65 Pera, Bernarda (USA)
    66 Pegula, Jessica (USA)
    67 Gauff, Cori (USA)
    68 Teichmann, Jil (SUI)
    69 Kasatkina, Daria (RUS)
    70 Zidansek, Tamara (SLO)
    71 Zhu, Lin (CHN)
    72 Siegemund, Laura (GER)
    73 Diyas, Zarina (KAZ)
    74 Cirstea, Sorana (ROU)
    75 Watson, Heather (GBR)
    76 Golubic, Viktorija (SUI)
    78 Jabeur, Ons (TUN)
    78 Zvonareva, Vera (RUS) SR
    79 Townsend, Taylor (USA)
    WC Arconada, Usue Maitane (USA)
    WC Brengle, Madison {USA)
    WC Clijsters, Kim (BEL)
    “No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up.” – Lily Tomlin.




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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Qualifying Entry List - WTA

    75 Hibino, Nao (JPN)
    78 Rus, Arantxa (NED)
    80 Sorribes Tormo, Sara (ESP)
    81 Potapova, Anastasia (RUS)
    83 Flipkens, Kirsten (BEL)
    84 Tig, Patricia Maria (ROU)
    85 Stojanovic, Nina (SRB)
    85 Boulter, Katie (GBR) SR
    87 Mchale, Christina (USA)
    88 Doi, Misaki (JPN)
    89 Kozlova, Kateryna (UKR)
    90 Kovinic, Danka (MNE)
    93 Badosa, Paula (ESP)
    95 Ahn, Kristie (USA)
    96 Paolini, Jasmine (ITA)
    97 Begu, Irina-Camelia (ROU)
    99 Stosur, Samantha (AUS)
    100 Babos, Timea (HUN)
    100 Vandeweghe, Coco (USA) SR
    101 Voegele, Stefanie (SUI)
    101 Barthel, Mona (GER) SR
    03 Gracheva, Varvara (RUS)
    104 Peng, Shuai (CHN)
    105 Zavatska, Katarina (UKR)
    106 Minnen, Greet (BEL)
    107 Diatchenko, Vitalia (RUS)
    108 Bolsova, Aliona (ESP)
    109 Gasparyan, Margarita (RUS)
    111 Kalinskaya, Anna (RUS)
    113 Krejcikova, Barbora (CZE)
    114 Sasnovich, Aliaksandra (BLR)
    115 Rogers, Shelby (USA)
    116 Samsonova, Liudmila (RUS)
    117 Bonaventure, Ysaline (BEL)
    118 McNally, Catherine (USA)
    119 Kawa, Katarzyna (POL)
    120 Di Lorenzo, Francesca (USA)
    121 Inglis, Maddison (AUS)
    122 Cabrera, Lizette (AUS)
    123 Vikhlyantseva, Natalia (RUS)
    124 Li, Ann (USA)
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Qualifying Entry List - ATP

    56 Sandgren, Tennys (USA)
    71 Duckworth, James (AUS)
    72 Gerasimov, Egor (BLR)
    82 Kwon, Soonwoo (KOR)
    83 Sugita, Yuichi (JPN)
    83 McDonald, Mackenzie (USA) PR
    89 Barrere, Gregoire (FRA)
    92 Koepfer, Dominik (GER)
    93 Carballes Baena, Roberto (ESP)
    96 Uchiyama, Yasutaka (JPN)
    97 Caruso, Salvatore (ITA)
    100 Popyrin, Alexei (AUS)
    101 Ruusuvuori, Emil (FIN)
    103 Kudla, Denis (USA)
    104 Daniel, Taro (JPN)
    110 Gojowczyk, Peter (GER)
    112 Donskoy, Evgeny (RUS)
    113 Giron, Marcos (USA)
    114 Soeda, Go (JPN)
    115 O'Connell, Christopher (AUS)
    116 Coria, Federico (ARG)
    118 Lorenzi, Paolo (ITA)
    119 Jung, Jason (TPE)
    119 Sock, Jack (USA) PR
    120 Polmans, Marc (AUS)
    123 Karlovic, Ivo (CRO)
    124 Klahn, Bradley (USA)
    125 Gunneswaran, Prajnesh (IND)
    126 Nagal, Sumit (IND)
    127 Gaio, Federico (ITA)
    128 Maden, Yannick (GER)
    133 Martinez, Pedro (ESP)
    134 Laaksonen, Henri (SUI)
    135 Fabbiano, Thomas (ITA)
    136 Bolt, Alex (AUS)
    137 Ivashka, Ilya (BLR)
    139 Zhang, Zhizhen (CHN)
    141 Rola, Blaz (SLO)
    142 Chung, Hyeon (KOR)
    143 Milojevic, Nikola (SRB)
    146 Galan, Daniel Elahi (COL)
    148 Gomez, Emilio (ECU)
    150 Marcora, Roberto (ITA)
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    BNP Paribas Open @BNPPARIBASOPEN

    “I'm incredibly disappointed to have to withdraw from the 2020 BNP Paribas Open. Unfortunately the foot injury that I picked up before Dubai is still causing me trouble and I will be unable to recover in time to travel to Indian Wells." -2015 champion Simona Halep
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    FYI, Kerber and Azarenka also withdrew, but both did it just before the official list was announced.

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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by JazzNU View Post
    FYI, Kerber and Azarenka also withdrew, but both did it just before the official list was announced.
    Yes. Neither is listed. Halep was happening just as I was reviewing the list to post here.
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-Amie View Post
    Yes. Neither is listed. Halep was happening just as I was reviewing the list to post here.
    Yeah, just shows you how little time is needed for the announcement to make the adjustment. Kerber couldn't have announced more than 3 hours before Halep, and that made difference.

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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Eleven Americans Receive Main Draw Wild Cards

    BY BNP PARIBAS OPEN
    03/07/2020

    Eleven Americans were among those awarded main draw wild cards into the 2020 BNP Paribas Open, to be held March 9-22 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.

    World No. 55 and 2020 Australian Open quarterfinalist Tennys Sandgren headlines the main draw wild card recipients on the men’s side, and is joined by fellow Americans Jack Sock– a 2017 BNP Paribas Open semifinalist and two-time tournament doubles champion – and rising 18-year-old Brandon Nakashima, who reached his first ATP Tour quarterfinal at Delray Beach last month and is currently in the semifinal of the Oracle Challenger Series Indian Wells. Southern California native Marcos Giron and Mitchell Krueger– also a semifinalist at this week’s Indian Wells Challenger event – were awarded main draw wild cards based on their performance over the course of the 2019-2020 Oracle Challenger Series.

    On the women’s side, 18-year-old American Catherine McNally was awarded a main draw wild card, as were Americans Kristie Ahn, who reached the fourth round of the 2019 US Open; former World No. 24 Christina McHale and 2016 French Open quarterfinalist Shelby Rogers. Americans Madison Brengle and Usue Arconada also earned main draw wild cards by accumulating the most points over the four events of the 2019-2020 Oracle Challenger Series. The 17-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez received the final main draw wild card on the women’s side. Fernandez – who is currently at a career-high ranking of No. 126 – reached her first tour-level final at Acapulco earlier this month.

    Former World No. 1, four-time Grand Slam Champion and two-time BNP Paribas Open Champion Kim Clijsters was previously awarded a main draw wild card into the 2020 event.

    Wild cards into the BNP Paribas Open Men’s Qualifying Draw were awarded to Americans Michael Mmoh, J.J. Wolf, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Govind Nanda, the winner of the BNP Paribas Open pre-qualifying tournament last month. Carlos Alcaraz of Spain was also awarded a wild card into the qualifying event.

    Americans Nicole Gibbs, Whitney Osuigwe, Caroline Dolehide, Hailey Baptiste and BNP Paribas Open pre-qualifying champion Ashley Kratzer received wild cards into the BNP Paribas Open Women’s Qualifying Draw. Diane Parry of France also joins the women’s qualifying field as a wild card.

    https://bnpparibasopen.com/news/elev...aw-wild-cards/
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Thank goodness Leylah got one. That's too many Americans getting wild cards to me.

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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Defending champion Andreescu out of Indian Wells
    World No.4 Bianca Andreescu will not return to the California desert to defend her title at the BNP Paribas Open this year due to an ongoing knee injury.

    By WTA Staff

    https://www.wtatennis.com/news/16400...f-indian-wells
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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Ti-Amie View Post
    Defending champion Andreescu out of Indian Wells
    Saw this one coming unfortunately based on her social media activity again which is why I said the other day, why not give a wild card to Leylah to get a Canadian in the draw. But this is getting very concerning, she's so young to have these long hiatuses due to serious injuries. I'm trying to remember an example of someone who successfully overcame this level of injury so early in their career and am coming up blank.

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    Re: BNP Paribas Open(IW) 3/9-3/22 2020

    Bencic. She missed five months in the middle of 2017.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzNU View Post
    Thank goodness Leylah got one. That's too many Americans getting wild cards to me.
    ^ It's good that Leylah got a wild card.
    Will she sort of automatically get one for Miami, as well, now - or will that depend on how she does at Indian Wells?

    Quote Originally Posted by Martini4me View Post
    Bencic. She missed five months in the middle of 2017.
    ^ I think Andreescu has missed at least 5 months a few times. She certainly has been very fragile and prone to injury, going back to her time as a Junior player. She has shown no signs that her body possesses the capacity to play anything near a regular WTA schedule.
    Having any semblance of a normal tennis career is looking less and less likely for her.
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