Tennis players – “Helping to fight Coronavirus”


Simona Halep
Simona Halep

Sad to say, nowadays we are facing a global emergency due to Coronavirus concerns. A time for helping each other and to prove humanity is still alive. There are also many organizations working to encounter COVID-19. In a row, the tennis players are becoming to help the community.

Simona Halep says, Donating Equipment and May God Help Us

Romanian tennis player Simona Halep says donating equipment to combat the Coronavirus epidemic. On Tuesday, the Wimbledon Champion released a video through her Facebook page.

Simona Halep addressed the audience, encouraging anybody who can help to combat coronavirus, follow the instructions from authorities and, also be positive.

Halep added, “Unfortunately, we are all going through a very hard time, with new attempts that we could hardly have imagined a few months ago. 

It is on the other hand and the perfect opportunity to show that we know how to be solidarity and responsible for our lives and those around us. 

While we stay at home, doctors and medical staff make huge efforts to treat and save each life by exposing themselves personally for the general good. 

Let’s strictly follow the directions submitted by the authorities and thus contribute, each of us, to solve this natural problem that dramatically affects our normal course of life. 

I decided to donate a sum of money to purchase the necessary equipment and materials in such situations, the amount to be directed immediately to the medical authorities in Bucharest and Constanta.” 

I encourage anyone who can contribute to the joint efforts to combat this virus. Meanwhile, let’s all take care of ourselves, be responsible and be positive! May God help us!

Bianca Andreescu says, I’m Donating a Signed Racquet To Coronavirus Fight

US Open champion Bianca Andreescu of Canada donates her signed racquet to Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s COVID-19 Response Fund

Although, Bianca asked her family, friends, and fans to “Please donate if you can, $25 goes a long way!!”

Retired Chinese tennis star Li Na donates 3 million yuan

Former World No.02 Li Na donates 3 million yuan of china currency to tackle the novel Coronavirus disease 2019. In particular, Chinese is the first Asian player to win a singles Grand Slam title. Retired Tennis star who won the 2011 French Open title and 2014 Australian Open title.

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