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Team Billie Jean King defeats Team Elton at 12th annual World TeamTennis Smash Hits
October 12, 2004 - Andre Agassi defeated Andy Roddick 5-2 in the final set of singles in front of a capacity crowd of 5,167 at the Bren Center on the University of California Irvine campus to lead Team Billie Jean King to a 17-12 win over Team Elton John at the 12th annual World TeamTennis Smash Hits. The annual charity event, hosted by longtime friends Billie Jean King and Elton John, was part of two days of activities including an Enduring Vision concert with Elton John and live auction that raised more than $1.5 million for the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the National AIDS Fund.
The evening of tennis was capped off by an exciting singles event between Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick. Playing for Team Elton, Roddick won the first set, 5-2. Agassi rebounded in the second set to seal the victory for Team Billie Jean with a 5-2 win.
The festivities began with a celebrity match which paired Sir Elton John and Roddick against Agassi and Anna Kournikova. Kournikova and Agassi outlasted John and Roddick in a tiebreaker, 3-2 (3). Two-time Olympic gold medalist Julie Foudy served as the celebrity ballgirl for the opening match. Prior to the match, King presented Foudy with a shirt signed by all the Smash Hits players.
In other matches Agassi and his coach, Darren Cahill defeated Roddick and his coach Brad Gilbert in men’s doubles action, 5-2. In mixed doubles, Agassi teamed with Kournikova to defeat Roddick and tennis legend Tracy Austin, 5-3. Roddick and Agassi substituted for their coaches Gilbert and Cahill midway through the match.
In addition to contributing their time to the event, many of tennis’ top names also contributed to the final tally by offering one-of-a-kind auction items at Sunday evening’s Enduring Vision event. Lunch with Kournikova sold for $16,000 while Roddick auctioned off two half hour tennis lessons at $20,000 each. King raised nearly $50,000 with donations of her U.S. Open and Wimbledon tickets. The biggest bids of the evening were three private dinners with Elton John at one of his homes for $100,000 each.
Established in 1992, the Elton John AIDS Foundation is an international non-profit organization funding prevention education and direct patient care services for men, women and children living with or at risk of HIV / AIDS. From 1992-2004, the Foundation has funded more than 2,417 in grants in North America. To date, the Elton John AIDS Foundation has distributed over $50 million to fund HIV / AIDS programs around the world. Since its inception, Smash Hits has raised more than $5 million for the Foundation.