Andy Roddick was the top American tennis player for nearly a decade. He finished nine consecutive seasons in the Top 10 in the ATP rankings and reached No.1 in the rankings in 2003. Roddick, best known for his powerful serve, won the 2003 U.S. Open and reached 4 other Grand Slam Finals.
Christina McHale has been ranked as high as No. 24 in the world and reached at least the third round at all four Grand Slam tournaments. In 2016, she represented the United States at the Olympic Games and she has played Fed Cup for the United States for six years, posting a 5-5 record in singles and doubles. She won her first WTA title at the Japan Open in 2016.
Coco Gauff is one of the most popular young players in tennis. She reached the fourth round as a 15-year-old qualifier at 2019 Wimbledon, defeating Venus Williams en route, and as a wild card entry at the 2019 U.S. Open, she reached the third round – both tournament runs creating large international TV ratings and news headlines. She was a junior runner-up at the 2017 U.S. Open and won the 2018 junior French Open and Orange Bowl titles.
In the early 90s he dominated the men’s professional tennis circuit with a game he fashioned out of grit, determination and a punishing insideout forehand. He was the first in his class – which included Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi – to hold the No. 1 world ranking. In 2005, Jim was elected for induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
- 2:00 PM - Play with the Pros Session A (Gauff/McHale)
- 3:00 PM - Play with the Pros Session B (Roddick/Courier)
- 4:30 PM - Player Party Experience
- 5:30 PM - Backstage Experience
- 6:00 PM - Women’s Singles Exhibition (1 set) - Gauff v. McHale
- 7:00 PM - Men’s Legends Exhibition (1 set) – Courier v. Roddick
- 8:00 PM - Mixed Doubles Exhibition (1 set) – All Players