Tennis Showcase: Roddick vs. Rafter

 

 

For the third straight year, The Greenbrier will celebrate its rich tennis history by hosting an exhilarating exhibition that will give tennis enthusiasts a front row seat to watch some of the sport's biggest stars in action.  On Saturday, June 3, American tennis star Andy Roddick and Australian star Pat Rafter will meet in an idyllic tennis setting at Center Court at Creekside for The Greenbrier Tennis Showcase.

Join us at America's Resort to witness these two tennis legends do battle on the banks of Howard's Creek in front of a packed stadium full of energetic fans.  After the match, enjoy everything else America's Resort has to offer on its 11,000-acre playground, with more than 55 indoor and outdoor activities available.
 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Saturday, June 3
11:00am:  Parking Opens at Train Station Lot
11:30am - 12:30pm: Player Autograph Session (for autograph ticket holders only)
12:30pm: Gates Open at Center Court at Creekside
1:30pm - 3:30pm: Andy Roddick vs. Pat Rafter
4:00pm - 4:30pm:  Press Interviews

Sunday, June 4
Andy Roddick Tennis Clinic

PARKING

Train Station

TERMS, CONDITIONS & WEATHER POLICY

ABOUT ANDY RODDICK

A former world No. 1, Andy Roddick won the 2003 U.S. Open, was a finalist in four other Grand Slam tournaments and won 32 career ATP World Tour titles. He led the United States to a Davis Cup title in 2007. A professional from 2000 through 2015, Roddick is a regular television sports host and analyst in his post-retirement career.

ABOUT PAT RAFTER

Pat Rafter won the U.S. Open in 1997 and 1998, becoming the only Australian man in the Open era to win consecutive U.S. Open singles titles.  This year marks the 20th anniversary of his first U.S. Open title.  He was a two-time Wimbledon finalist in 2000 and 2001, and he also won the 1999 Australian Open doubles championship with Jonas Bjorkman.  In total, Rafter won 11 career ATP singles titles and 10 career ATP doubles titles.  He rose to No. 1 in the world in 1999 and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2006, five years after shoulder problems ended his career in 2001.  Rafter served as Australia's Davis Cup captain from 2010 through 2015. 


 

 

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