For those in the U.S., the matches will be covered live on the Tennis Channel.
The exhibition begins at 7:30pm local time in Indian Wells, California (10:30pm EST) with women doubles featuring Steffi Graf and Lindsay Davenport playing Justine Henin and Martina Navratilova.
That match will be followed by the showdown between Roger Federer and Pete Sampras against Rafael Nadal and Andre Agassi. The foursome have combined for 44 career Grand Slam titles, six shy of the women’s combined of 50. (A jaw-dropping total of 94 Slam titles will be featured on court tonight.)
The four men also have combined for 222 titles, 2,729 match wins, 706 weeks at No. 1, 13 year-end No. 1 finishes and just over $157 million in prize money.
“To have the four of us, the rivalry of the ‘90s and the rivalry in this decade, to all be out there is pretty cool,” Sampras told the Desert Sun. “It doesn’t happen every day. And to have all those majors on the court, it’s going to be a fun night and we can have some laughs. Hopefully, the fans will enjoy it.”
“It is impressive to see this remarkable line-up of athletes work together to raise much-needed funds for Haiti,” said new tournament owner and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. “Our hope is to hold an event that supports relief efforts and continues to raise the visibility for how Haiti needs the world’s help.”
The event is expected to raise $1 million for the relief efforts in Haiti through the Red Cross Haiti Relief & Development Fund. Click here to donate.
Tickets for the event are sold out.
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