January 17, 2011 | Leave a Comment
The devastating floods in Queensland, Australia, has affected 22 towns and cities across the state, killing more than a dozen people and sending tens of thousands fleeing from their homes.
This past Sunday, Queenslanders Patrick Rafter and Samantha Stosur were joined by fellow tennis players in the Rally for Relief at Melbourne Park to help flood [...]
MaliVai Washington walked into the lobby of the Ritz Carlton and began eyeing the silent auction items displayed on the tables. Not odd – the spread was part of a foundation fundraiser taking place that evening, and Washington was in DC to accept an honor. What was strange is that no one immediately recognized him. [...]
There’s a young man in South Carolina whose day job is going to school and playing guard for the Clemson Tigers basketball team. But in his spare time he’s some how managed to start and run a foundation that supports young cancer survivors.
Maybe even more surprising is that Tanner Smith, now a sophomore on [...]
At first glance they seem like typical classrooms: bookshelves, tables and chairs, and elementary students’ art decorating the walls. It’s when you take a look out the windows, that you see there’s nothing typical at all. That’s because these ‘classrooms’ are set up inside suites that overlook the Center Court of the William H. G. [...]
J’aime Paris! So does Rafael Nadal! And so, too, does BNP Paribas.
The international banking network has been a major corporate sponsor of the French Open since 1973. Through their support of the Armand Trousseau Children’s Hospital in Paris, the tennis sponsors are also making a difference in children’s lives. In addition to funding various research [...]
Roger Federer brings his game and racket to the U.S. next week, specifically to New York’s Madison Square Garden. On the way toward breaking the 14 grand slam winning record, the 12 slam winner gets to face record holder Pete Sampras in an exhibition game that, for the winner, depending on who you talk to, [...]