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"Tennis Begins with Love and a First Serve. Serve First in Tennis and in Life." - The Rossetti Brothers
Tennis “Rally for Charity” is a fundraising event combining tennis and philanthropy created by The Rossetti Brothers in 2007. It is dedicated to our tennis mentor Scott B. Wilson, to the legacy of Tim Gullikson and to the children who do not survive past their 5th birthdays worldwide.
You can witness an epic event and be part of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ history! Our goal is to rally for 24 hours or 100,000 strokes, whichever comes first. You may think it’s impossible, but we think it’s #twinpossible!
We hope that we have inspired you to take action. If so, there are 3 actions you can take to help us RIGHT NOW!
1. Join the rally: Make a fundraising pledge (pledge $1 per stroke)
2. Keep the rally going: Share your pledge with 10 friends and ask them to make a donation (ask 10 friends for $10, that’s $100!)
About The Rossetti Brothers: Angelo and Ettore Rossetti are identical twins and certified USPTA/PTR elite tennis teaching professionals for more than 20 years and lifetime members of the USTA. Angelo serves as the Director of Tennis at Weston Racquet Club and Ettore serves as the Director of Social Media & Digital Marketing at Save the Children and teaches tennis part-time at Weston Racquet Club.
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Rally for Charity
The Rossetti Brothers, Angelo A. & Ettore Rossetti — identical twin brothers and USPTA/PTR certified elite tennis teaching professionals — will attempt to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title of "Longest Tennis Rally" on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at Weston Racquet Club in Weston, CT. If the brothers succeed in in faster than record pace (at least 5,000 strokes per hour on average), then they will win a $1 million annuity prize for Save the Children.