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“Full Bloom”: The whole team are already working hard in order to make the tournament keep progressing

The Indian Wells event will kick off the annual Masters 1000 season in 2018, from 5 to 18 March.

The organizers and the whole team are already working hard in order to make the tournament keep progressing.

The renovation project, called “Full Bloom”, will feature the addition 62 palm trees around the grounds, more floral installations, plants and pavers.

The tournament director Tommy Haas is excited to run the event for the second year in a row after taking in charge the role in mid-2016.

'Year after year, we strive to continually improve and enhance the overall fan experience at the tournament', the former World No. 2 said.


'This year, we are focusing on what makes our event unique – the unparalleled beauty and scenery of the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.

Our team cannot wait to welcome tennis fans from around the world to Tennis Paradise and showcase the physical beauty and majesty of the venue in “Full Bloom” like never before.

We believe that coupled with the extensive renovations and world-class dining amenities added prior to the 2017 event, tennis fans won’t be able to find a more enjoyable experience anywhere in the world.'

Also, two new fountains and the Wally’s Desert Turtle, that replaces Chop House in Stadium 2, will be added.

Indian Wells has been voted the most favorite ATP/WTA event by players for the fourth year in a row.



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