‘Tennis Will Be Just Fine Without the GOATs’ – Despite Roger Federer and Serena Williams’ Absence, Humongous Indian Wells’ Number Paints a Hopeful Picture for the Sport

22 March, 2023


However, there is a huge uncertainty in the tennis world: whether the sport will survive without the legends who have immensely increased the popularity of the sport in the past two decades.

Everything changes with time. Now, young players are trying hard to rule the professional circuit as many tennis legends move into the limelight of their careers. The bigger picture of the sport is also constantly changing with time.

Fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

recently released an article on how the Indian Wells tournament’s attendance was almost at record levels, with 441,983 spectators in attendance.

Tennis Updates, a Twitter account that posts tennis news on a regular basis,

Let us take a loot at the Tweet.

Indian Wells did well despite the absence of GOATs.

Despite the absence of two tennis legends Williams and Federer, who have both retired from the sport and Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who are currently ineligible for the tournament, the BNP Paribas Open still managed to attract a significant number of spectators, with all the credit going to the younger generation for stepping up.

Further, even tennis fans appreciated the younger generation’s contribution and filled the comment section with their positive words.

One fan mentioned a few names from the new generation.



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