BNP Paribas Open 2019 : The 46th annual BNP Paribas Open 2019 is set to take place from March 4-17 in the California desert, and will feature all of the BNP Paribas Open top-ranked professional tennis players in the world. is a professional tennis tournament played at Indian Wells, California in March 2019. 2019 Indian Wells odds, picks, predictions: Tennis insider says Novak Djokovic primed for Paribas Open upset.
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2019 Indian Wells odds, picks, predictions: Tennis insider says Novak Djokovic primed for Paribas Open upset..
Coming off three straight Grand Slam title wins, Novak Djokovic is the favorite at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, Calif. The first Masters 1000 level tournament of the year begins on Thursday from the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, and everyone from amateur to professional bettors will be locked in. Djokovic has won this tournament five times, but hasn’t made it past the fourth round since 2016. Sportsbooks list Djokovic at 5-4 to win it all, with Rafael Nadal at 5-1, Roger Federer at 7-1 and Alexander Zverev at 17-1 in the latest 2019 Indian Wells odds. Does anyone besides the top contenders have a serious shot? Renowned tennis bettor Sean Calvert thinks so. And you’ll want to hear what he says given the streak he’s on.
Not only did Calvert nail the 2018 U.S. Open, calling Djokovic -1.5 sets in the final (a straight-set laugher over Juan Martin del Potro), he’s also hit it big in events like this — important tourneys just below the Grand Slam level. Last year, he cashed in huge on John Isner winning the Miami Open at 100-1, a life-changing payout for those who followed Calvert’s advice. Then he accurately predicted Daniil Medvedev would win the Tokyo Open at 45-1.
Plus, Calvert nailed Juan Martin del Potro beating Federer at Indian Wells last year, earning a strong 16-1 payout for anyone who listened to his advice. He knows Indian Wells like the back of his hand.
Now, Calvert has broken down the latest 2019 Paribas Open odds and locked in his best bets. He’s only sharing them over at SportsLine. We can tell you Calvert wants no part of Djokovic at his 2019 Indian Wells odds.
“The unexpectedly-rejuvenated Nick Kyrgios could be Djokovic’s second match,” Calvert told SportsLine. “Kyrgios had been in the doldrums for some time due to injuries and lack of motivation, but he roared back to form out of nowhere in Acapulco last time out, beating Nadal, Isner, Stan Wawrinka and Alexander Zverev to win the title. He may well fancy an early clash with Djokovic, who hasn’t played since January.”
“Kyrgios beat Djokovic at Indian Wells in 2017 and in Acapulco prior to that, so the Serb has yet to record a win over the Aussie,” Calvert added. “That matchup, if it happens, will be the key to the whole BNP Paribas Open 2019 from a betting perspective.”
Instead of Djokovic, the unparalleled analyst is eyeing a pair of players, including a monster long shot that would pay out at over 100-1. That contender “has perfect conditions, with a very bouncy court and the balls flying through the air” to take down the favorites.
So who wins the BNP Paribas Open 2019? And which monumental long shot stuns the tennis world at Indian Wells? Visit SportsLine now to see Sean Calvert’s detailed Indian Wells picks, all from the acclaimed expert who called John Isner winning the Miami Open at 100-1.
The first of the highly-anticipated nine ATP Masters 1000 tournaments is here as the BNP Paribas Open kicks off at Indian Wells in California this week. The crème de la crème of the tennis world has descended in the desert as they aim to make a grand start to the North American hardcourt swing.
With Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer having won five titles each at this prestigious tournament, they will undoubtedly command the lion’s share of attention. Rafael Nadal’s record isn’t too shabby either as he reigned supreme thrice.
The 128-player field sees the Serb as the top seed, who should be wary of the dangerous Nick Kyrgios to whom he has lost both his meetings so far. With the mercurial Australian emerging victorious in Acapulco, the World No. 1 cannot afford to make any mistake if he wants to post his first ever win over Kyrgios.
11th seed Borna Coric, winner at Halle last year, and 18th seed Gael Monfils, champion at Rotterdam this year, are the other names in the 15-time Grand Slam champion’s quarter who could pose some threat.
After a bout of flu and an early defeat to Kyrgios in Acapulco, Nadal returns to Indian Wells as the second seed. 25th seed Diego Schwartzman does possess the stamina to stretch the Spaniard in their possible third round clash. Eighth seed John Isner and 12th seed Karen Khachanov would hope to halt The Bull’s run but if the 17-time Grand Slam winner can find the serve and the hunger that he displayed in Melbourne, there’s no reason why he cannot make it to the semi-finals.