Tickets now on sale for the Golisano Children’s Hospital Pro Tennis Classic

Tickets are now on sale for the Golisano Children’s Hospital Pro Tennis Classic, the premiere finale event as part of the two-day Madisen’s Match tennis experience to benefit pediatric and adult cancer patients, featuring some of the world’s top-ranked tennis players. Visit www.madisensmatch.com/ticket-purchase to get your tickets for Southwest Florida’s first-ever indoor tennis event, 6 p.m. Monday, March 19 at Suncoast Credit Union Arena at Florida SouthWestern State College, Fort Myers.

The star-studded roster includes the No. 14-ranked player in the world and 2017 Wimbledon Semi-Finalist, Sam Querrey, 16-time Grand Slam winners and Olympic Gold Medalists Bob and Mike Bryan, and former U.S. No. 1 men’s player Mardy Fish.

The Golisano Children’s Hospital Pro Tennis Classic is the much-anticipated finale of the action-packed Madisen’s Match tennis experience, celebrating its tenth anniversary, on March 18 and 19. Exciting new venues for all Madisen’s Match events also promise to set a new standard for charity sporting events in Southwest Florida.

To kick off the festivities, Olympic Gold Medalists Bob and Mike Bryan exchange their tennis rackets for some 12-bar rock and roll as headliners for the 10th Anniversary Gala Celebration and Auction. Join the Bryan Brothers Band at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club starting at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 18 where guests will enjoy a Grand Slam-themed gala and auction. That beautiful venue will also be home of the Madisen Match’s Legends Tennis Camp at 8:45 a.m. on Monday, March 19 followed by the Tennis Pro-Am at 1 p.m.

The 9th Annual Madisen’s Match in March 2017 raised nearly $150,000 for brain tumor-related care and research programs in Southwest Florida. All event information, plus sponsorship opportunities and tickets, can be found at www.madisensmatch.com.

About Madisen’s Match
Duane Chaney established Madisen’s Match in 2008 after his 3-year-old niece Madisen Abramson was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Inspired by Madisen and determined to help others, Chaney created Madisen’s Match to use tennis as a way to raise funds for pediatric and adult cancer charities. To date, the event has raised more than $650,000 to benefit national and Southwest Florida based charities like Barbara’s Friends – The Golisano Children’s Hospital Cancer Center Fund, the Brain Tumor Navigator Program at the Regional Cancer Center, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and the Tim and Tom Gullikson Foundation. For more information, visit www.madisensmatch.com.