Supported by Taube Philanthropies, the Taube Tennis Series includes four events in 2022: the Bryan Brothers Doubles Showdown and the Bryan Brothers Grand Slam Doubles Clinic, the first annual Taube Champions Cup featuring a World Team Tennis style match between USF and Santa Clara University, Arthur Ashe Champions Day which will bring together young players from throughout the Bay Area for a day of tennis and fun, and a High Performance Junior Clinic.
Pictured above; Tad Taube, Sean Taube, Shana Penn & Bryan Brothers
“Tennis is a sport for all ages to play throughout their entire lives, which is one of the reasons it is so special.”
Tad Taube has been passionate about tennis his entire life . Taube played high school tennis and went on to play freshman tennis at Stanford University. He has tirelessly given to tennis programs and projects throughout his life and was recently inducted into the USTA Nor Cal Hall of Fame. Taube Philanthropies was also a major donor behind the newly renovated Golden Gate Park Tennis Center and Stanford's Tennis Center is named after the family, the Taube Family Tennis Center.
In addition to his tennis endeavors, for more than 30 years, Taube Philanthropies has been a leader in supporting diverse educational, research, cultural, community, and youth organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Poland and Israel. The organization works to ensure that citizens have the freedom and opportunity for advancement of their goals and dreams.