From Marion Bartoli's laser-like accuracy to the bazooka-like two-handers from the men, Indian Wells emerged as a big winner.
Andy Roddick and James Blake are both defined by their results. But despite any on-court shortcomings, they've both lived the American dream.
The Williams sisters' decision to boycott Indian Wells now dates back a full decade. But Serena's most recent health scare reminds us that there are far more pressing concerns.
Indian Wells was dubbed a tournament up for grabs. But did we really believe Ivan Ljubicic and Jelena Jankovic would rise to the occasion?
While Roger Federer's waning will left him mired deeper in a sea of uncertainty, Rafael Nadal elevated his stature by waxing the Indian Wells field.
Rafael Nadal is a voracious, well-oiled machine -- on the singles court. But his doubles prowess still leaves a little bit to be desired.
Richard Williams says it was the moment that Indian Wells disgraced America. But what really happened on those contentious days in 2001?
After being waxed in their respective semifinal matches at Indian Wells, it is time for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to alter their approaches.
These four players have unassailable talents, but each is lacking a certain element, which is holding them back from taking the next step. The corollary to this point has been a career of unfulfilled potential.
Geographic sprawl, injuries and personal desires make it repeatedly unlikely that the top women will gather in the same place. The Pacific Life Open is a perfect example, Joel Drucker writes.
For the first time since 1989, five U.S. men reached the quarterfinals at Indian Wells. And none were named Andre, Pete, Jim or Michael.
As Jennifer Capriati's career hits another low, it seems as if those years she missed deprived her of an opportunity to learn.