Where to watch the Indian Wells live stream tennis from anywhere in the world

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Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz
Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz.Getty Images (left) / Getty/Tnani Badreddine (right)

The Indian Wells Masters, also known as the BNP Paribas Open, is officially underway, with tennis players from around the world making their way to the annual tournament in California. We'll show you all the details on where to watch the Indian Wells live streams, including how to tune into your live TV subscriptions from anywhere in the world via VPN.

The tournament marked a return for the top-ranked men's singles player, Serbia's Novak Djokovic, who hadn't played at Indian Wells since 2019. He previously won the Open five times, but he was eliminated Monday night in the third round. The match was a shocker, since Djokovic was defeated by Italy's Luca Nardi, who was playing in a "lucky loser" slot after losing in the qualifying rounds. These rare slots are given to players who lose in the qualifying rounds in order to fill in for other main draw competitors who have to pull out before the first round, usually due to injury.


Naomi Osaka was also defeated on Monday evening by Elise Mertens. Other notable contestants scheduled to play include Carlos Alcaraz and Coco Gauff, the latter of whom is competing in both women's singles and doubles competitions. While singles events are currently in the fourth round, doubles events start the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Below, we've compiled everything you need to know about watching Indian Wells. In this case, every country has a different streaming service, and the US has multiple live TV subscription services with the Tennis Channel, so keep reading to learn all of your options.

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