WAKE FOREST TENNIS STADIUM
In 2015, the Knapp Family Foundation donated funds to build a new tennis stadium. The tennis court is dedicate to “Warren (Bud) Knapp and Jane E Knapp by Rob and Marcia Knapp”.
"The Court Seating gives Wake Forest a chance to showcase what it is like to go Wake as a tennis player, tennis fan, or just a student. It demonstrates a commitment to tennis as a sport and the University’s overall commitment to excellence. Wake Forest and the Winston-Salem Open will be the focal point of tennis in the Carolinas. The seating is the finishing touch on a larger vision to bringing a US Open quality experience to tennis viewing in the Carolinas. We will be on the map."
Wake Forest Sports posted about the stadium on their site
“The community commitment to helping Wake Forest become a world-class tennis center is going to improve tennis not only at Wake Forest, but throughout North Carolina. Wake Forest and Winston-Salem will benefit tremendously from the visitors who will be so impressed by what the combined effort has created.”- Rob Knapp
ROBERT KNAPP RECEIVES DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS
At the May 2015 commencement, Pfeiffer University bestowed Robert Knapp with an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters.
Rick Knapp (l) and Warren Knapp (r) congragulate thier brother, Dr. Robert Knapp on his honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters.
Robert Knapp was profiled in the February Issue of Wake Forest's Gold Rush.
ROBERT D KNAPP TENNIS SCHOLARSHIP
The Knapps provided the funds for a new men's tennis scholarship. In 2015, Christian Seraphim became the first recipient of the Robert D Knapp Men's Tennis Scholarship.
Christian Seraphim is a Sophomore from Munich, Germany. He trained at an academy with some of the best Bavarian players for a year. Was a finalist at the Porche Cup and also reached the semifinals of a men's tournament in Munich.