While the flames devour of Australia, enters the world with the support, and it applies not least to the tennisfamilie, there is always had at home Down Under in the most of January with the Australian Open as it is sporting and the final peak.
Recently, a number of the sport's superstars have given a commitment to participate in a show-event at the Rod Laver Arena, the main runway at Melbourne Park, which houses the year's first grand slam.
the Danish Caroline Wozniacki, as the same place plays his afskedsturnering, is one of them, and she has his current doublepartner and bosom friend, Serena Williams, and the new star, japanese Naomi Osaka.
So excited to announce the world's best players will be at the AO Rally for Relief.— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 8, 2020
Grab your tickets to see @rogerfederer, @RafaelNadal, @serenawilliams, @naomiosaka, @CaroWozniacki, @NickKyrgios, @StefTsitsipas and more!#Aces4BushfireRelief https://t.co/ioWWblwN3E pic.twitter.com/TsS2sQXIbb
On the herresiden participant Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas and local Nick Kyrgios, who the other day was greatly affected, when he was interviewed on the pitch during the tournament ATP Cup.
Kyrgios, who usually is known as the sport's ’bad boy’, took the lead to donate 100 australian dollars for every private bathroom – and he has it to beat many of its kind.
The month of January in Australia has been my for the past 15 years. Watching the fire destroy the country, it's beautiful families and communities of animals is deeply. I would like to begin my donation to 25K. @DjokerNole, would you match my donation? #letsallcometogether— Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) January 5, 2020
Since came Maria Sharapova, who has just received a wildcard to the Australian Open, the suit by donating 25,000 dollars and on Twitter encourage Novak Djokovic to do the same, which the serb immediately did, and, in total, athletes collected a larger amount of money.
Thank YOU https://t.co/0RGoaeHTXj— Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) January 6, 2020
at Least 25 have died and more than 1,800 homes destroyed during the brandenes ravages.
Although Melbourne most have been affected by air pollution caused by the wind is carried to the city from the fires, there have been doubts about whether Australian Open would be carried out as normal, but recently stated the organizers, that will – taking into account the players ' health.
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Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki are currently playing doubles together in Auckland, and soon can together also be seen together to showtennis for brandofrene. Photo: Michael Bradley/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
The terrible fire in Australia has also brought tennisfamilien together to support the victims. Photo: AAP Image/Dean Lewins/via REUTERS/Ritzau Scanpix
Among other things, advises Melbourne Park over the three covered courts, where the roof can be rolled on, while air quality in the other lanes all the time will be measured and assessed.
Now supports also the good case from the greatest of them.
- In the two and a half hours we will play the showtennis, but it is not at least to bring everyone together and to play our own role in the relief effort, and fortunately a number of the world's biggest stars have been keen to contribute to the ’AO Rally for Relief’, says turneringsdirektør and head for the Tennis Austalia, Craig Tiley.
the Qualifier in the next week, while the main tournament at the Austalian Open serves in the time it 20. January.
Caroline Wozniacki are playing the second round in singles in Auckland on Thursday morning at seven o'clock.
Caroline Wozniacki will play showtennis along with all the big stars. Photo: Ng Han Guan/AP
Wozniacki participated two years ago for the Kids Tennis Day, which was also in connection with the Australian Open. Photo: Ng Han Guan/Ritzau Scanpix
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