Live stream the Paribas Open at Indian Wells online

Updated: April 1, 2024

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How to live stream the Paribas Open (Indian Wells Masters)

ExpressVPN is here to help you safely and securely stream the Paribas Open (previously known as the Indian Wells Masters) in blazing-fast HD. First, you’ll need to follow a few steps.

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in a region that will have the Rio Open, such as the U.S. or the United Kingdom.
  3. Log in to your preferred streaming platform, including YouTube TV, Fubo, or NOW.
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

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Can I use a VPN to watch the Paribas Open from another country?

Some users watch the Paribas Open at Indian Wells by connecting to a VPN server in a country other than their own, but doing so may violate copyright or the streaming service’s terms of use. ExpressVPN is a privacy and security tool, and using it to circumvent copyright is against our Terms of Service. We cannot see or control what you do while connected to our VPN, so you are responsible for ensuring that your use complies with all relevant terms and laws.

Should I use a free VPN to watch tennis events?

Rather than use a free VPN to watch tennis events, including the Paribas Open, tennis fans should instead use ExpressVPN all season long. ExpressVPN offers high-speed servers in 105 countries and easy-to-use apps for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. Additionally, ExpressVPN is available on platforms that other VPN companies may not support, like Linux, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and routers, plus browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. If you need help along the way, ExpressVPN offers 24/7 live chat support and a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee!

Best VPN for watching the Paribas Open

ExpressVPN is the best VPN for safely and securely streaming the Paribas Open (previously known as the Indian Wells Masters). With next-gen 10-Gbps servers in locations around the world, you can enjoy the full privacy protections of a VPN without ever missing a second of the action. ExpressVPN has easy-to-use apps for WindowsMacAndroid, and iOS, not to mention a range of ways to stream on your big-screen TV. If you need help along the way, ExpressVPN offers 24/7 live chat support and a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee!

Watch the Paribas Open with free trials

Some streaming services offer the Tennis Channel and a free trial, allowing you to properly enjoy the Paribas Open at Indian Wells!

United States

YouTube TV

Price: Varies

YouTube TV’s Sports Plus add-on (extra 11 USD/month on top of the 73 USD/month subscription) includes the Tennis Channel for U.S. viewers who want to live stream the Paribas Open at Indian Wells. Free trials are available.

Fubo

Price: Varies

Channel: Tennis Channel

With Fubo, U.S. subscribers can access every match from the Paribas Open via the Tennis Channel—available through the Sports Lite and Sports Plus add-on packages (extra 10 USD/month and 11 USD/month, respectively, on top of the 80 USD/month subscription). A 7-day free trial is available.

DirecTV Stream

Price: 100 USD/month

Channel: Tennis Channel

United States residents can live stream Paribas Open matches on the Tennis Channel, which you can access by subscribing to DirecTV Stream’s Choice package. A 5-day free trial is available.

United Kingdom

NOW

Price: 33 GBP/month or 12 GBP/day pass

For British fans, NOW is the perfect way to watch 11 Sky Sports channels online contract-free, allowing you to live stream the Paribas Open. If you only want to tune in to one particular match, you can opt for a day pass or take advantage of the seven-day free trial. Check the Sky Sports schedule to know when to tune in.

Other ways to watch the Paribas Open

United States

Hulu + Live TV

Price: 77 USD/month

Hulu does not have a free trial, but it now offers the Tennis Channel for American fans looking to watch the 2024 Paribas Open.

Sling TV

Price: Varies

The Tennis Channel is included in Sling TV’s Sports package add-on, which is available for an extra 11 USD/month (on top of the basic Sling Orange or Blue package) and allows U.S. subscribers to live stream every Paribas Open at Indian Wells match. You’ll also have access to other channels, including NBA TV, MLB Network, NHL Network, and beIN SPORTS.

Canada

TSN+

Price: 20 CAD/month

Canadian tennis fans can live stream the Paribas Open, as well as other tennis tournaments, on TSN+. While it doesn’t offer a free trial, TSN+ does allow users to purchase a one-day pass for less than 11 CAD (which is handy if you only want to watch a specific match or the final).

Note: You may need a Canadian payment method to subscribe.

United Kingdom

Sky Sports

Price: 22 GBP/month and up

Living in the UK? Sky Sports is your best bet for Paribas Open live streams. However, specialized equipment is required. United Kingdom residents will also need to provide a valid postal code and a UK/Ireland credit or debit card.

If you’re traveling abroad and you already have an existing Sky subscription (and the Sky Sports add-on), you can access Sky Go with a VPN and get set up in a minute! Simply connect to a server location in the UK and log in at Sky Go.

Recent Paribas Open/Indian Wells Masters winners

YearMen’s winnerWomen’s winner
2014Novak Djokovic (Third victory)Flavia Pennetta (First victory)
2015Novak Djokovic (Fourth victory)Simona Halep (First victory)
2016Novak Djokovic (Fifth victory)Victoria Azarenka (Second victory)
2017Roger Federer (Fifth victory)Elena Vesnina (First victory)
2018Juan Martín del Potro (First victory)Naomi Osaka (First victory)
2019Dominic Thiem (First victory)Bianca Andreescu (First victory)
2020Event not held (pandemic)Event not held (pandemic)
2021Cameron Norrie (First victory)Paula Badosa (First victory)
2022Taylor Fritz (First victory)Iga Świątek (First victory)
2023Carlos Alcaraz (First victory)Elena Rybakina (First victory)
2024Carlos Alcaraz (Second victory)Iga Świątek (Second victory)

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