March 28th and 29th, 2014
Madisen's Match 2014 is scheduled for March 28th and 29th at The Landings
Don't miss this chance to play with your favorite pro's and help raise money for cancer research.
THREE WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
2015 Madisen's Match
Luke and Murphy Jensen
Murphy and Luke took the tennis world by storm in the '90s with their wild outfits and chest bumping syle of play. As a team the brothers won the '93 French Open and several other pro titles. Off the court, Murphy has been a fixture on The Tennis Channel and as a coach of the World Team Tennis Washington Kastles, and you can see Luke on ESPN as a commentator.
Jared Palmer and Don Johnson
Jared and Don partnered for several years and went on to win the 2001 Wimbledon Doubles Championship, and were ranked as the #1 Doubles Team in the World in 2002. Palmer had 28 total doubles titles and also won the 1995 Australian Open Doubles title. Johnson had 23 total doubles titles and won the 2000 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles title.
1995 US Davis Cup Team Captain, 1996 Olympic Team Coach, 1984 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Champion and currently National Director of Development USTA Pro Men's Tennis
Back to back NCAA Singles Champion, French Open Finalist with career match victories over Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, Borris Becker and Tim Courier.
South African-born Johan Kriek became a U.S. citizen in 1982. Having turned pro in 1978, he went onto win the Australian Open in 1981 and 1982 (d. Denton both times) and was a quarter-finalist (or better) at all four Grand Slam championships. He won 14 singles and 8 dougles titles during his career, and reached a World No. 7 ranking in singles(on 10 September 1984) and No. 12 doubes (on August 15 1988).
Kendrick began his collegiate career at University of Washington in 1998 and earned All-American honors in singles and doubles as sophomore in 1999 with a 31-9 record. Ranked as high as No. 3 in collegiate rankings during year. Transferred to Pepperdine University for junior year where he again earned All-American honors with an 18-10 record. As a professional, he reached a career high ranking of No. 77 in 2007.
Alex Bogolmolov Jr.
During junior career, won the USTA National championships in 1998 (d. Roddick) and finished as No. 1-ranked USTA under-18 in 2000. He won the USTA Boys' 18s Nationals in Kalamazoo, Mich. in August 2001...By winning title, he earned a wild card into the US Open and turned pro…Named Most Improved Player of the Year in the 2011 ATP World Tour Awards. Reached a career high ranking of No. 33 in November 2011.
Played as No. 1 player at University of Florida for one season, compiling a 21-0 record, before turning pro in summer 2007... Spent two years at Nick Bollettieri Academy...Reached a career-high No. 14 in world junior rankings in 2005. Reached a career high ranking of No. 69 in January of 2012.
Played collegiately at University of Kentucky and reached final of NCAA Championships in 2002. Reached a career high ranking of No. 163 in November of 2010.