The city has the 6th biggest tennis competition on the planet, the Indian Wells Masters tennis competition—by and by known as the BNP Paribas Open. The Indian Wells Masters is one of nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 abnormal state occasions worked by the Association of Tennis Professionals, and one of the four WTA Premier Mandatory competitions of the Women's Tennis Association.
As right on time as 1853, the territory now known as Indian Wells was the site of a flourishing Indian town, as detailed by W.P. Cutting edge, a Smithsonian Institution geologist. After 10 years, when gold was found on the Colorado River, William D. Bradshaw fabricated a trail from Los Angeles through the abandon to the gold mines. The Alexander and Company Stage Line utilized the trail to transport miners and Indian Wells turned into an imperative stop along the trail.