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WTT Smash Hits Live Tuesday

Watch the star-studded WTT Smash Hits charity tennis event live on Tuesday night!

Published December 02, 2009 12:00

WTT Smash Hits Live Tuesday
WTT Smash Hits

BATON ROUGE, LA, USA - For the first time ever, World TeamTennis will be putting on a live stream of its annual WTT Smash Hits charity tennis event on December 8, which benefits the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

Watch live as some of the biggest names in tennis team up with Sir Elton John and Billie Jean King for a great cause. Among the marquee names taking the court are a variety of Sony Ericsson WTA Tour stars of past and present - Serena Williams, Liezel Huber, Anna Kournikova, Lindsay Davenport and Chanda Rubin - as well as ATP World Tour players Andy Roddick, Tommy Haas and Devin Britton. The all-star line-up cannot be missed.

This will be the 17th annual edition of the charity competition, and will take place on the campus of LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Watch it live at 7pm on Tuesday, December 8, at www.WTT.com/livestream.

The charity event raises funds for the Elton John AIDS Foundation and Baton Rouge area AIDS charities. The line-up of players will form two teams coached by Elton and Billie Jean, and play the World TeamTennis format. For more information, visit www.WTT.com/SmashHits.

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