McEnroe Challenge for Charity at BNP Paribas, Indian Wells Saturday, draws retired and current players

by Coachella Valley | March 7, 2015 12:48 pm

A number of top ex-players and current players, including John McEnroe[1] and Andy Roddick[2], will take the court in a team format on March 7 in Indian Wells.

The McEnroe Challenge for Charity at the BNP Paribas Open also includes Tracy Austin, Lindsay Davenport, James Blake, Rick Leach, Coco Vandeweghe, and Madison Keys.

Each match (men’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles) will consist of one set, with each game won counting as one point towards the team’s cumulative score. No ad-scoring, receiver’s choice and a 12-point tiebreak will be used throughout the event.

Each player and doubles team will represent a designated local charity, and 100 percent of the prize money ($80,000) earned will be donated to the charity the player or team represents.

Masimo is the new presenting sponsor for the McEnroe Challenge for Charity.

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Endnotes:
  1. John McEnroe: https://www.tennis.com/player/356/john-mcenroe/
  2. Andy Roddick: https://www.tennis.com/player/423/andy-roddick/
  3. : https://www.instagram.com/CoachellaValley

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