Madisen’s Match Online Event Serving Up More Than Tennis May 10-14

April 20, 2021

FORT MYERS, Fla. – One of the leading tennis charity events, which has raised more than $ 1.3 million dollars to date, will not stop them from hosting an event in 2021 to raise much-needed funds for Barbara’s Friends and Golisano Children’s Hospital in Southwest Florida. On the occasion of Brain Cancer Awareness Month in May, Madisen’s Match will serve more than tennis during the week of May 10-14 with an online auction featuring international tennis stars and unique auction items – all to raise money for the new pediatric neurosurgery program in the Golisano Children’s Hospital.

While guests won’t be sitting on the tennis court to watch exhibition tennis or playing on the court with celebrities this year, Madisen’s Match is bringing these tennis stars to guests’ homes online. All week long, Madisen’s Match founder Duane Chaney takes to the internet to go one-on-one every day with a surprising tennis celebrity to talk about Madisen’s Match and the crucial need to bring a pediatric neurosurgeon to Golisano Children’s . Hospital. Each celebrity will also unveil a new awesome VIP auction item that will be on offer at that time. The Bryan Brothers, Taylor Fritz, Tom Gullikson and more are expected to participate.

The community can start bidding on the spectacular auction items, including a beautiful diamond tennis bracelet, diamond necklace, spa, tennis and golf packages, holidays and thousands of dollars in exclusive items from Monday, May 10 through Friday, May 14.

As an exclusive thank you to donors for their continued support, Madisen’s Match custom clothing will be donated to anyone who makes an online donation of $ 100 or more during the event. Visit to make a donation today.

Visit to be among the first to access the Madisen’s Match Online Auction and receive the latest event updates.

About Madisen’s match

Duane Chaney founded Madisen’s Match in 2008 after his 3-year-old niece, Madisen Abramson, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Inspired by Madisen and determined to help others, Chaney created Madisen’s Match to use tennis as a way to raise money for children’s and adult charities. To date, the events have raised more than $ 1.3 million in aid of national and Southwest Florida-based charities such as the Brain Tumor Navigator Program at the Regional Cancer Center, Barbara’s Friends – The Golisano Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cancer Center Fund, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and the Tim and Tom Gullikson Foundation. For more information, visit or contact Duane Chaney at 239-292-0322 or

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