game | Tennis: Andy Murray will donate his tournament winnings to Ukraine through UNICEF

by La Provence (with AFP)

Former British world number 1 Andy Murray announced on Tuesday that he would donate his tournament winnings to UNICEF as part of an appeal for donations to Ukraine by the end of the tennis season.

,I will donate my prize money for the rest of the year“The winner of three Grand Slam tournaments tweeted.”But anyone in the UK can support UNICEF’s humanitarian response by responding to our appeal for donations.,

The High Commissioner for Refugees on Tuesday identified more than two million refugees who fled Ukraine after the Russian invasion. According to UNICEF, hundreds of thousands of them are children.

,More than 7.5 million children are at risk due to the escalating conflict in Ukraine, which is why I’m working with @UNICEF_uk to help deliver emergency medical aid and development kits.“Added the 34-year-old, who is currently ranked 88th in the world.”It is essential that education continues, so UNICEF is working to enable displaced children to receive education and to support the rehabilitation of damaged schools, as well as the replacement of their equipment and furniture.,

Murray recently picked eight-time Grand Slam winner Ivan Lendl as his coach. Thus he finds the third time he had guided him to his three titles in the Major before suffering serious hip problems.

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