Football clubs are not the only sporting entities helping out refugees in the world. British tennis star and ATP number 3 tennis player in the world, Andy Murray has decided to do his bit to help refugees across the world.
Andy Murray has told the world that from now until the end of the year, he will donate 50 pounds for every ace he serves to UNICEF as they look to help refugees around the globe. Andy Murray who lost to Kevin Anderson in the 4th round of the US Open is looking to bounce back as soon as possible and would definitely be loved by fans for his generous gesture. “I’ll get that little bit more satisfaction from each ace I hit knowing that it will be helping Unicef keep children safe. Murray told reporters earlier today. “I’m also asking my fans across the world to join with me to and support Unicef’s vital work. Together we can help make a safer world for every child.”
Standard life, Murray’s sponsors have decided to match the British number one player pound for pound and so have the ATP and LTP meaning that every ace that Andy Murray serves is until the 31st of January is going to be worth 200 pounds.
It helps that the ATP tour continues with 14 tour matches and 3 masters series as well as Davis Cup semifinal and final. We will be hoping that Murray serves a lot of aces at these tournaments