Enjoy the beautiful Hamptons in the height of the social season along with its world famous beaches, spectacular scenery and restaurants. This wonderful event, returning for its ninth year, promises to be an unforgettable experience of fantastic parties, exciting tennis, socializing and an opportunity to raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation in its efforts to eradicate prostate cancer.
AUGUST 23-25, 2013
THE 1708 HOUSE (COMPLIMENTARY)
126 MAIN STREET,
SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968
PHONE NUMBER 631 287 1708
A round robin tournament teaming 32 amateur tennis players with a current member of the ATP Tour or with one of the legends of tennis for two days of competition.
Arrivals throughout the day.
6:30 pm Reception, Cocktail Party for the players and a guest:
Jeff and Mei Sze Greene
370 Ferry Road
North Haven, NY
Dress: Resort Casual
9am - 2:00pm First three rounds of the pro/am.
Matches will be played at the following private homes:
7:00 pm Cocktails, Dinner and Entertainment hosted by:
Mr. Glenn and Jennifer Myles.
Theme: "A Blast from the Past"; step back to the 50's and early 60's
Classic cars and oldies but goodies-special guest and surprises
East Hampton Studio
75 Industrial Road
Wainscott, NY 11975
Dress: 50's Attire, "Jukebox Chic"
9:00 am - 1:00pm Final rounds of the pro/am, on private courts
1:00 – 3:00pm Lunch and trophy award ceremony at the Palin Residence.
107 Ox Pasture
Ground Transportation & Contact info:
If you need ground transportation to the tournament site or any offsite events or have any questions, please contact Jan Haber at (310) 570-4720 or Patricia Supriana at (310) 570-4718.
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, California 90401
Tax I.D. #95-4418411
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
(561) 373 9294
2013 Pros Include:
Guillermo Canas - 8th ranked singles player in the world in 2005, singles wins over Juan Carlos Ferrero, Fernando Verdasco and 3 wins over Roger Federer.
Robert Kendrick- 69th ranked singles player in the world in 2009.
Andrei Pavel - 13th ranked singles player in the world in 2004, winner of 3 ATP titles
including the Canadian Open and winner of 6 ATP doubles titles.
Scott Davis – Former # 11 ranked singles player in the world and # 2 in doubles, wins over Connors, Edberg and McEnroe. Winner of the Australian Open doubles title.
Graydon Oliver - Former top 20 doubles player, winner of 5 ATP titles and an NCAA champion in 2000.
Johan Kriek - Ranked top 10 in the world for 9 years. Won the Australian Open twice 81-82. Won US Pro Indoors beating McEnroe in the finals, wins over Agassi, Borg, Vilas and Chang.
Rick Leach - Ranked #1 in the world in doubles and the winner of all four Grand Slam doubles titles.
Don Johnson - Former Wimbledon doubles champion and former #1 ranked doubles player in the world.
Bobby Reynolds - 63rd ranked singles player in the world in 2009.
Paul Hanley – Doubles semi finalist in all 4 Grand Slams, recently ranked # 5 in the world, currently in the top 20.
Jared Palmer - #1 ranked doubles player in the world in 2000, doubles champion of the Australian Open in 1995, doubles finalist at Wimbledon in 1999, 2001 Wimbledon doubles champion, winner of 28 ATP tour doubles titles.
Jonathan Schneider - Played the ATP tour for 4 years.
Jason Pinsky- All American from Penn State and a former tour player.
Kevin Kim- 63rd ranked singles player in the world in 2006.
Chris Haggard – Former top 20 doubles player and winner of 6 ATP titles.
James Cerretani- Currently on the ATP tour, 2012 Wimbledon doubles quarterfinalist.
Teymuraz Gabashvili- Ranked 59 in the world in singles in 2009.
Keith Crowley- Currently on the ATP tour.
Michal Mertinak- Currently on the ATP tour, ranked top 20 in the world in doubles.
Armond Segodo – Former ATP tour player.
Cyril Saulnier- Top 50 singles player in the world in 2005.
Filip Polasek- Currently on the ATP tour and ranked top 20 in the world in doubles.
Alex O’Brien – Former #1 ranked doubles player in the world and #30 in singles.
Brian Macphie – Winner of 5 ATP tour titles, former 24th ranked doubles player.
Chris Guccione- 67th ranked singles player in the world in 2008.
John McEnroe – Former # 1 ranked singles player in the world.
Kaes Van’tHof – Former ATP tour player.
Tamira Paszek – 20th ranked singles player in the world in 2012.
Jimmy Arias – Former 3rd ranked singles player in the world.
Fabrice Santoro – Former 17th ranked singles player in the world and #6 in doubles.
Ashley Fisher- Former 19th ranked doubles player in the world.
Luke Jensen- Former French Open doubles champion.
Jan Michael Gambill – Former 14th ranked singles player in the world.