MountainGate Celebrity Pro-AM
You are invited to take part in the first Annual ACEing Autism Pro-Celebrity Tennis Tournament at MountainGate Country Club. 12:00-7:00pm, July 24th, 2016.
Entry fee is $100 per player, which includes awards party with food at conclusion of tournament. Live Auction and silent auctions. General admission fee is $50 to watch the matches and attend the awards reception. For entry information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds benefiting ACEing Autism, 501 (c)(3).
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
11:15 am – ACEing Autism demo clinic
12:00 pm – On-court rules & introduction of Pam Shriver
12:30 pm – Round Robin
2:00 pm – Pro-Celebrity Exhibition Doubles Match
3:05 pm – Mini Doubles Tournament
5:30 pm – Reception/Cocktails/Awards/Appetizers
Celebrities & Pro Players Taking Part:
She was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002. She has won 21 women’s singles titles and 111 women’s doubles titles. She is a winner of 21 Grand Slam doubles championships (7 Australian Opens, 4 French Opens, 5 Wimbledon, 5 US Opens). In addition, she won a Gold Medal at the 1988 Olympics. She is currently a tennis broadcaster for ESPN.
In 1991 he was ranked as the 13th best singles player in the world. He won a top-level singles title in New Haven in 1990 and a tour doubles title at Tampa in 1993. He has beaten such great players as Pete Sampras, Yannick Noah, Mats Wilander, Ivan Lendl, Boris Becker. His career money earnings totaled $1,600,000.
He has one career ATP singles title and 3 career ATP Doubles Titles. He has also won 11 USTA Challenger Pro singles titles. In 2003 he was ranked as high as number 10 in the ATP Champions Race. His career prize money earnings are over $5,000,000. He has career singles wins over Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Jim Courier, Marat Safin and Michael Chang. He represented the United States in the 2000 and 2004 Olympics and twice was named to the USA Davis Cup Team.
Is the most popular actor in daytime television history. For over 36 years he has portrayed the role of “Victor Newman” on the #1 rated daytime drama series THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, which has over 120,000,000 daily viewers around the world. The series is syndicated in over 30 foreign countries. He is a past winner of an Emmy Award as “Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series.” In 2007 he was a recipient of a Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He is a seven time EMMY nominated actor and writer and a Golden Globe nominee for his starring role as “Jason Seaver” in the long-running hit television series GROWING PAINS. He has been a late night-talk show host, starred in a number of reality series and was the Host of Both the MISS USA and Miss Universe Pageants.
He is best known for his role as “Grant Collier” in the television series MISSION:IMPOSSIBLE. He played “Jackie Chiles” in the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” and “John Jones” in the CW superhero drama SMALLVILLE. He is recognized as one of the top “voice-over” actors in the entertainment industry and has appeared in over 25 feature films and the Cartoon Network series called “The Secret Saturdays.”
He starred on television series and movies ALIEN NATION as “Detective George Francisco and also starred in HART OF DIXIE and PARKS & RECREATION. His feature films include LIAR, LIAR with Jim Carrey, HOLES with Jon Voight and Sigourney Weaver and the WORLD”s FASTEST INDIAN with Sir.Anthony Hopkins. He has recently published two historical fictional novels.
David is a rising junior on the Stanford University Men’s Tennis Team. Prior to attending Stanford, David attended Council Rock North High School in Pennsylvania where he was the 2012 U.S. Clay Court Championships doubles champion. He was also the 2013 singles runner-up at the International Grass Court Championships. David was the first Stanford Men’s Tennis player in history to play at least one dual match at all six singles spots.
Michael is a rising sophomore at Stanford University where he plays on the Men’s Tennis Team. He attended high school at Harvard Westlake High School in California where he won the CIF state individuals and The Ojai tournament in 2014. Michael entered college as the #4 national high school recruit. He is currently ranked #1 in Southern California in the 12s, 14s, 16s, and 18s divisions.
Ben is an American actor known for his role in the ABC television series ALIAS SMITH AND JONES, co-starring as Kid Curry, first with Pete Duel and later with Roger Davis. He also starred in his own series GEMINI MAN in which he played a secret agent who could become invisible for 15 minutes a day through use of a special wristwatch.
July 24, 2016
Player Entry: $100 per player
General Admission Viewing: $50
12:00pm – 7:00pm
Mountain Gate Country Club
12445 MountainGate Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049