Road to US Open Fantasy BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP ( Win 2,635 USD with 5,27 USD!)

For the 7th year in a row, Zweeler is organizing the Road to US Open. With more tickets in 2023 and a higher prize pool than ever before. In total there are now 135 tickets to be won spread over 62 qualifying games and the prize pool has risen to $13,169!!

Finally it will be decided during the US Open who wins the 1st prize of $2,635 With the BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP you can already participate for $5,27 and there are 3 tickets to win.

Click here to go directly to the Fantasy BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP (RtUO).

Why play Fantasy Tennis?

- Your engagement with tennis will further increase. It is not about one tennis player, but 16 riders who need to perform for you!

- For only $5,27 you will get many extra hours of entertainment before the start of the tournament and even more hours of entertainment during the BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP.

- If you manage to beat the other players (there are 135 prizes in General Classification), you can also win nice cash prizes (1st prize $2,635)! 

The Fantasy BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP (RtUO) starts on Wednesday 8 March 2023 at 20:10.

You can choose 16 tennis players from 6 different groups of which you think are going to win the most points in the Fantasy BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP (RtUO).

The tennis players can win points for your team in a few different ways. A tennis player can get points if he wins a match. You can also win points for the different statistics like the total games won, the set difference, the total of aces, 1st service percentage, 1st return points percentage and also minus points for double faults. Please check "Points" for more details.

Each match within a category, from the first round to the final, counts equally. Please check "Points" for more details.

An example: Carlos Alcaraz plays against Rafael Nadal and wins this match with 6-4 and 6-2. Alcaraz will receive 100 points for winning the match and 12 x 4 = 48 points for the games won. Also he gets 2 times 25 points = 50 points for the set difference. 198 points in total. For the rest of the statistics he will score: 15 aces (15 points), 3 double faults (-3 points), 62% 1st service percentage (3 points), 37% first service return points won (4 points), 64% of the total of games won (6 points), 30% break points won percentage (4 points) and a maximum of 6 points in a row won (2 points). Alcaraz will score 31 points for the statistics. His total score for your team will be 198 + 31 points = 229 points.

The game will cost $5,27 per team and there will be 3 tickets to win for the End Game of the Road to US Open. One ticket entitles you to make one team in the End Game of the Road to US Open.

The prize pool of the End Game is $13,169 with a 1st prize of $2,633. All tickets have a value of at least $32!

Groups Fantasy BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells ATP (RtUO):

1 A Alcaraz, Carlos

2 A Tsitsipas, Stefanos

3 A Medvedev, Daniil

4 A Fritz, Taylor

5 B De Minaur, Alex

6 B Tiafoe, Frances

7 B Sinner, Jannik

8 B Ruud, Casper

9 B Rune, Holger

10 B Rublev, Andrey

11 B Norrie, Cameron

12 B Auger-Aliassime, Felix

13 B Khachanov, Karen

14 B Hurkacz, Hubert

15 B Zverev, Alexander

16 C Griekspoor, Tallon

17 C Shapovalov, Denis

18 C Dimitrov, Grigor

19 C Carreno Busta, Pablo

20 C Davidovich Fokina, Alejandro

21 C Paul, Tommy

22 C Evans, Daniel

23 C Coric, Borna

24 C Berrettini, Matteo

25 C Bautista Agut, Roberto

26 C Nishioka, Yoshihito

27 D Kecmanovic, Miomir

28 D Cerundolo, Francisco

29 D Murray, Andy

30 D Musetti, Lorenzo

31 D Baez, Sebastian

32 D Wawrinka, Stan

33 D Ymer, Mikael

34 D Cressy, Maxime

35 D Draper, Jack

36 D Zandschulp, Botic van de

37 E Humbert, Ugo

38 E Thiem, Dominic

39 E Isner, John

40 E Wolf, J.J.

41 E Giron, Marcos

42 E Kokkinakis, Thanasi

43 E Ruusuvuori, Emil

44 E Sonego, Lorenzo

45 E Sock, Jack

46 E Lehecka, Jiri

47 E Monfils, Gael

48 E Bublik, Alexander

49 E Shelton, Ben

50 E Molcan, Alex

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