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Overnight Stay in a Centurion Tower Premium Room at Caesars Atlantic City on 4/10/10
Two tickets to the 2010 Caesars Tennis Classic APRIL 10, 2010, Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall - 7:30pm

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More about the 2010 Caesars Tennis Classic:
Andy Roddick, Ivan Lendl, Marat Safin and Mats Wilander, Pete Sampras, and James Blake Comprise a Legendary Field of Former US Open Champions Competing in the Inaugural Exhibition Tennis Event Hosted by Venus Williams at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

The Caesars Tennis Classic will be hosted by two-time US Open and five-time Wimbledon Champion Venus Williams. The Classic will feature three matches in a team format. The first match will feature 1985, 1986 and 1987 US Open Champion Ivan Lendl going up against former nemesis and 1988 US Open ChampionMats Wilander. Lendl and Wilander, who together have won a combined 15 Grand Slam singles titles, have met in the finals of the US Open, French Open, Australian Open and the Masters a combined six times. The second marquis match-up will showcase 2003 US Open Champion and current top-ranked US men’s tennis player Andy Roddick against 2000 US Open Champion Marat Safin. The third match will feature 14-time Grand Slam men’s singles champion Pete Sampras going up against current U.S. Davis Cup star James Blake in a best-of-three-set match.

Caesars will host pre and post-tournament events including the must see Tennis Village in the Palladium Ballroom at Caesars with appearances by the tennis greats. The Village will be open to tournament attendees and the general public.

12pm - 7pm – Tennis Village Grand Opening [Caesars Palladium Ballroom]
7:30pm – Caesars Tennis Classic [Boardwalk Hall]
10pm – Tournament After-Party [Dusk Nightclub at Caesars Atlantic City]

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2010
12pm - 7pm - Tennis Village [Caesars Palladium Ballroom]


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