Tennis legend Billie Jean King called Andy Murray a ‘world-class champion’ This week, three-time Grand Slam champion Murray announced he would donate his prize money to Ukraine for the rest of 2022.
King, one of the biggest names in tennis history, saw and reacted to the news on Twitter. “This looks like a top champion,” King wrote on Twitter.
“Andy Murray is donating all his prizes for the rest of the year to help children in Ukraine. “Thank you, @andy_murray, for always speaking up and helping those who need it most.”
Murray wants to help children in Ukraine
“More than 7.5 million children are at risk from escalating conflict in Ukraine, so I’m working with @UNICEF_uk to help deliver urgently needed medical supplies and early childhood development kits,” Murray wrote on Twitter.
“It is essential that education continues, so UNICEF is working to help displaced children access education and rehabilitate damaged schools, as well as support the provision of equipment and replacement furniture.
“I will donate my earnings for the rest of the year, but anyone in the UK can support UNICEF’s humanitarian response by donating to our appeal by following this link – https://unicef.uk/am_ukraine” Ukraine The children of need peace – now”
Meanwhile, Murray is reunited with his coach, Evan Lendl. Murray has made it clear that he wants to achieve more Grand Slam success and that is one reason why he brought Lendl back to his coaching staff.
During his first two stints with Lendl, Murray won three Grand Slams, two Olympic gold medals, an ATP Finals title, and became world number one for the first time in his career.
Murray has been knocked out several times in the opening rounds of the tournament this year, but has found great success in Sydney. Murray missed out on a win in Sydney, where he finished second in the tournament.
The Glasgow native is now set to play the Indian Wells Masters, where he knocked out Taro Daniels in the first round.
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