Eddie Redmayne shows off tennis skills at charity match

June 17th, 2013 3:20am EDT

Eddie Redmayne Eddie Redmayne showed off his serving skills on Sunday (16Jun13) as he took to a tennis court for a charity match at the Aegon Championships in London.

The Les Miserables star joined London's Mayor Boris Johnson, U.K. TV host Jonathan Ross, tycoon Sir Richard Branson and comedians Michael McIntyre and Jimmy Carr for the Rally Against Cancer charity game.

The famous faces donned their whites for a tag-team match, which pitted them against professionals Andy Murray and Tim Henman.

The money raised from tickets sales will go to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, where British tennis player Ross Hutchins is receiving treatment following his Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosis in December (12).

Before the charity match, Murray beat Croatian Marin Cilic to win the tournament.

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