Celebrities To Attend LA Tennis Challenge

Written by: on 4th March 2013
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Celebrities To Attend LA Tennis Challenge

epa03605871 Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns the ball to Juan Martin Del Potro from Argentina during the semi final of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis ATP Championships in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 01 March 2013. EPA/ALI HAIDER  |

The celebrities will come out prior to the LA Tennis Challenge at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion tonight. Stars including Luke Wilson, Evan Handler, Jodie Foster, Kyle Rudolph, Greg Germann, Tim Olyphant, Kaley Cuoco and Keenan Ivory Wayans plus others are scheduled to walk the red carpet at 5:30 prior to the exhibition.

 

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, US Davis Cup player Mardy Fish, the all-time winnings doubles team of Bob and Mike Bryan, former top 4 player James BlakeNo. 18 Tommy Haas, former No. 1 Pete Sampras as well as Tennis Channel broadcaster and event promoter Justin Gimelstob.

 

Three exhibition pro-set matches will take place beginning Djokovic will take on Los Angeles resident Mardy Fish in singles followed by a doubles match pitting Djokovic and his childhood idol Sampras against Southern California natives the Bryans. Blake will face Haas.

 

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