GALLERY: Tennis legends playing at Indian Wells through the years
Indian Wells is a treasured and much-anticipated fixture on the modern tennis calendar.
In fact, the best-attended tennis tournament outside the four Grand Slam tournaments, with over 450,000 visitors reported during the 2015 event.
It also has the second-largest permanent tennis stadium in the world, with only the Arthur Ashe stadium in New York besting it.
As the 2018 tournament heats up nicely out in California, we take a look at some images of the biggest and best names in Tennis playing at Indian Wells.
Andre Agassi – 1995
Boris Becker – 1996
Michael Chang – 1992
Stefan Edberg – 1996
Steffi Graf – 1998
Tim Henman – 2006
Martina Hingis 1998
Goran Ivanisevic – 1999
Pete Sampras – 1995
Monica Seles – 1992
Serena Williams – 1999, as a 17-year-old.
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