It's Marat-Guga for free August 23 in NY's Grand Central Station...
The TENNIS Magazine Grand Slam takes place in Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall. The event complex includes Center Court (a full-size tennis court), a Mini Court, a Fast Serve cage and an exhibitor area with booths.
Here is the schedule of activities, subject to change, for each:
7-7:05 a.m.: Chris Evert kicks off The TENNIS Magazine Grand Slam.
7:05-9 a.m.: Pro Players, such as James Blake* and Andy Roddick*, run clinic with students of the Harlem Junior Tennis Program and hit with the public.
9:10-10:45 a.m.: Pro Players, such as Martina Navratilova*, and teaching pros hit with the public.
10:55-11:55 a.m.: Pro Players, such as Luke Jensen*, hit with the public and lead on-court contests (Fast Serve, Return the Pros' Serve and more).
12:05-2 p.m.: Pro Players, such as Gustavo Kuerten*, Marat Safin* and Jelena Dokic*, rally. Pro Players hit with the public. Exhibition match between Pro Players and the Legends.
2:10-3:10 p.m.: Mixed Doubles Exhibition featuring Legends, Chris Evert and the public.
3:20-4 p.m.: Pro Players, such as Luke Jensen*, hit with the public and lead on-court contests.
4:10-5:55 p.m.: Pro Players such as Pete Sampras*, Lindsay Davenport* and the Bryan* brothers, hit with the public and conduct on-court contests.