A well-known truth a game of tennis is a luxury sport. Especially, underprivileged youth need help with money and food to become a professional tennis player. However, Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios demands government and tennis authorities to establish a tennis club for Kids.
While ATP player delivered tennis racquets to kids, he saw kids’ interest in playing tennis. For this reason, tennis pro sent a request through his twitter post on Tuesday(19th August 2020).
Nick Kyrgios also wrote, “I grew up near tennis clubs. Delivering racquets to kids in Gungahlin in 2019 showed me tennis is pumping but they need clubs to play at! The kids of tomorrow deserve the opportunity. Get behind this!!#Tennis4Gungahlin Who’s up?” Besides, The Gungahlin suburb is located in the Australian state of Canberra.
“The Government Will Continue To Support Tennis ACT”- Andrew Barr
Followed by Kyrgios twitter post, the Australian Territory Chief Minister Andrew Barr has replied to him. Furthermore, the Australian Politician said, “The ACT Government commissioned work on possible locations for a Gungahlin tennis facility, with several options identified including a preferred site in Amaroo. The Government will continue to support Tennis ACT with their expansion plans.”
Moreover, Nick Kyrgios has been running a charity foundation. It calls as “NK Foundation.” Australian founded this organization intend to fulfill the underprivileged youth dreams in sports, education, and employment. Additionally, he is also selling several memorable tennis stuff for foud raising through his foundation website.
Earlier of this month, World No.40 Nick Kyrgios did say that he will not participate this year’s US Open. Moreover, He has no clue about the upcoming clay-court tournaments in Europe.
Also, Nick kyrgios’s one of his fans commented in the same post over his tennis withdrawals. Fan SuzyQue said, “Really sad to see you’re not on the list for Rome. Is Gungahlin looking at clay? I sure hope you missing clay doesn’t mean your ranking will drop below the ATP Cup level. Still – staying safe is the main thing.”