The coronavirus pandemic has urged people all over the world to help those less fortunate or able than themselves. Many people across the globe have been affected due to the coronavirus pandemic, and there has been lots of fundraising to support them.
An Australian club also trying to help people but ran into some trouble but Nick Kyrgios supported them and now they’ve shown their respect for the tennis star.
Nick Kyrgios Helps in COVID-19 Fundraising
In a recent post on Facebook, the Surfers Stingray Swimming Club thanked Nick Kyrgios for helping with their fundraising endeavours.
In the post, they wrote, “A BIG THANKS TO NICK KYRGIOS. A few months ago we sent a letter to Nick Kyrgios asking for some assistance to help with our COVID-19 fundraising problems. We kindly asked if he had anything he could donate towards our Nippers. It was a rough throw at the stumps..but last week a parcel arrived at the Surf Club by special delivery. Well, our favorite tennis player is now Nick, as he went to the trouble of sending a signed pink and black t-shirt (as worn at Australian Open), black shorts, a signed cap, and a signed “good luck with our fundraising” on our original letter…We will get everything framed and auction this valuable donation. NICK YOU’RE A CHAMPION”
While now, Kyrgois has been asking everybody to take virus seriously and has also criticized other players who have not.
Recently, the ATP has revised the calendar for 2020 and the professional tournaments are all set to begin in August. The Australian has not confirmed yet about which events he is going to play. But it is likely that he will not play at the US Open as he called the organizers “selfish” for hosting the event.