Rally Against Cancer
Rally Against Cancer was an all-star charity tennis match held at The Queen's Club after the men's final of the Aegon Championships. Andy Murray and Tim Henman teamed up to take on Ivan Lendl and Tomas Berdych before playing a truly entertaining match with celebrities including Boris Johnson, Richard Branson and Jonathan Ross.
After generously donating his £73,000 prize money from the Aegon Championships, Andy Murray is now sporting The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity name on his sleeve throughout Wimbledon. This prominent patch on his sleeve is reported to be worth a seven-figure sum to advertisers!
And congratulations to Andy on winning the men's final!
Rally Against Cancer – as it happened
Rally Against Cancer raised thousands for The Royal Marsden, the world-leading cancer centre treating British tennis player Ross Hutchins. Here are some photos, videos and tweets that tell the story of the day: