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Gallery: Big Day In The Bahamas

Check out the fourth and final batch of photos from the 12th annual Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational in the Bahamas, which raised over $100,000 for local children's charities.

Published December 21, 2012 12:00

Asia Muhammed, Yasmin Schnack and Anna-Lena Groenefeld on Day 3 of the Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational.
Asia Muhammed, Yasmin Schnack and Anna-Lena Groenefeld on Day 3 of the Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational.
After the cocktail reception, the Pro-Am and the dinner and auction, the final act was the celebrity exhibition.
After the cocktail reception, the Pro-Am and the dinner and auction, the final act was the celebrity exhibition.
Lindsay Davenport and Mark Knowles - both former doubles World No.1s - shot the breeze ahead of exhibition day.
Lindsay Davenport and Mark Knowles - both former doubles World No.1s - shot the breeze ahead of exhibition day.
Sabine Lisicki at the exhibition. The German has three WTA titles - one on clay, one on grass and one on hard.
Sabine Lisicki at the exhibition. The German has three WTA titles - one on clay, one on grass and one on hard.
Play began with some mixed doubles - Mark Knowles and Sabine Lisicki against Donald Johnson and Lindsay Davenport.
Play began with some mixed doubles - Mark Knowles and Sabine Lisicki against Donald Johnson and Lindsay Davenport.
The next match saw two of the ATP World Tour's former Top 20 players, Sam Querrey and Xavier Malisse, play singles.
The next match saw two of the ATP World Tour's former Top 20 players, Sam Querrey and Xavier Malisse, play singles.
Xavier Malisse, currently ranked No.63 in the world, was ranked as high as No.19 in the world back in 2002.
Xavier Malisse, currently ranked No.63 in the world, was ranked as high as No.19 in the world back in 2002.
Sam Querrey, who is currently just outside the Top 20 at No.22 in the world, has a career-high ranking of No.17.
Sam Querrey, who is currently just outside the Top 20 at No.22 in the world, has a career-high ranking of No.17.
Mark Knowles and Xavier Malisse played Sam Querrey and Alex Kuznetsov, and then came the autograph sessions.
Mark Knowles and Xavier Malisse played Sam Querrey and Alex Kuznetsov, and then came the autograph sessions.
The Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational has raised approximately $900,000 for children's charities since 2000.
The Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational has raised approximately $900,000 for children's charities since 2000.
  • Asia Muhammed, Yasmin Schnack and Anna-Lena Groenefeld on Day 3 of the Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational.
  • After the cocktail reception, the Pro-Am and the dinner and auction, the final act was the celebrity exhibition.
  • Lindsay Davenport and Mark Knowles - both former doubles World No.1s - shot the breeze ahead of exhibition day.
  • Sabine Lisicki at the exhibition. The German has three WTA titles - one on clay, one on grass and one on hard.
  • Play began with some mixed doubles - Mark Knowles and Sabine Lisicki against Donald Johnson and Lindsay Davenport.
  • The next match saw two of the ATP World Tour's former Top 20 players, Sam Querrey and Xavier Malisse, play singles.
  • Xavier Malisse, currently ranked No.63 in the world, was ranked as high as No.19 in the world back in 2002.
  • Sam Querrey, who is currently just outside the Top 20 at No.22 in the world, has a career-high ranking of No.17.
  • Mark Knowles and Xavier Malisse played Sam Querrey and Alex Kuznetsov, and then came the autograph sessions.
  • The Mark Knowles Celebrity Tennis Invitational has raised approximately $900,000 for children's charities since 2000.
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