British tennis player Ross Hutchins was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma, a form of cancer, in December, and has been receiving treatment at The Royal Marsden Hospital since then.
Ross was overwhelmed by the support and kindness he received at The Royal Marsden, and wanted to find a way to raise money to help them to continue providing world-class cancer care.
So, he joined forces with The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, his friend and World No.3 Andy Murray, and the Lawn Tennis Association (which runs British Tennis) to stage Rally Against Cancer - an all-star doubles match on finals day (16th June, 2013) at the Aegon Championships.
Tim Henman will feature alongside Murray in the match, with other big-name tennis players and celebrities joining them on the Centre Court at The Queen's Club.
Please help Ross, Andy and Tim to raise as much money as possible for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity by donating as much as you can on this page.
Or, text "RALL60 £10" to 70070, to make, for example, a £10 donation via your mobile phone.
Thank you for supporting Rally Against Cancer.