Dayana Yastremska is Helping the Poor and Needy People in Quarantine

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Dayana Yastremska is looking for a ball

The nineteen years old Dayana Yastremska is already into Top 25 with her extraordinary performances in the last two seasons. On 20 January 2020, Ukrainian reached her career highest ranking position 21 by a reason of she defeated three top 20 players in Adelaide International, Australia.

In the round of sixteen, Yastremska beat Angelique Kerber of Germany consequently she defeated the Croatian Pro Donna Vekic in the last eight. Before bowing to World No.01 Ashleigh Barty in the finals Dayana overcame the World No.12 Aryna Sabalenka in the semifinals.

At Qatar Open, Ukraine Number two player upset the World No.05 Sofia Kenin of United States in the straight sets. Although, Dayana Yastremska won 7 matches out of 12 matches played in the 2020 season.

Yastremska wants to be a happy person in life

World No.25 Dayana Yastremska revealed her personal life, future career goals, hobbies and childhood memories in WTA Tennis My Story: Dayana Yastremska.

Three times WTA title winner Said, “My goal now is to perfect myself on the court and off the court, be more disciplined, get Top 20, to win a Grand Slam and My dream is just to be a happy person in life.”

Dayana has delivered nearly 4000 Food sets to needy 

The teenager shared photos of herself and described as “We start with 3000 food sets and 14 days. We are waiting for grandparents, people with disabilities, many children, as well as those who are left out of work and living. Me and Goreniux bringing people together with good hearts.”

“A virus is not a myth, It is a serious treat. But we, ODESSA will definitely be able to resist him!. We call on volunteers to help us with delivery and cooperation.”

“Before the end of the day, the first 1000 food sets will go to grandparents, great moms and families left without income. An often asked question: ‘How do you know who needs delivery?’ We don’t ask for any proof and don’t contact social services for lists because we know that many people have not managed to register or they just feel uncomfortable asking for help.”

“But we are connected with community organizations, our volunteers, with the presidents of the OSMD, Channel 7 staff, and many other organizations that know exactly who needs our help right now. We also see all your applications in private messages and try to help if possible. Join us! We still really need volunteers,” Yastremska added.


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