U.S. wildfires raging, netizens donate to victims

05/29/2020   |   by admin

U.S. wildfires raging, netizens donate to victims
A few days ago, Australian wildfires were still burning, and a large number of people were affected.Many players in the upcoming new season of tennis have donated. The world ‘s first women ‘s singles Batty announced that all the Brisbane Open bonuses will be donated to the disaster victims. Kjegoss also said that every Australian ACE ball will be donatedOut of 200 dollars.Batty donated his winnings for the first race of the season.Data map / sauna, night net Tao Ran shot the world’s first Batty reset Brisbane to start a new season.To help the victims, Batty announced that he will donate all the prizes won in Brisbane, “I will discuss with the team, family and everyone and try to find ways to help.This is a very difficult time, because tennis is just a sport we participate in, but now there must be a lot more important things in the championship that we need to deal with, and we need to focus on more important things.”Another Australian player Stosto said that for every ACE shot, he would donate $ 200 to the disaster area.In addition, Kvitova and Ka Pliskova both said that for every ACE ball issued during the Australian season, they will donate $ 150 to the disaster area.Gergers, Tomjanovich and others also expressed their views. Every time an ACE ball is issued during the Australian season, it will donate $ 100 to help the disaster area.Kvitova will also use his own method to donate to the disaster area.Data map / Sauna, Yenet Tao Ranshe Australian player Kaya Gauss who is participating in the ATP Cup also announced that for every ACE ball issued by the Australian League, he will donate $ 200 to the people in the disaster area.And the platform to help the disaster area.My hometown Canberra is now the worst place in the world, which is too difficult.”In the first game of the ATP Cup against Strouf, Kjegaus sent 20 ACE balls and donated $ 4,000 in one game.Australian player De Minar, who is also playing in the ATP Cup, announced that he would donate $ 250 for every ACE shot.Deminar laughed at himself and knew that he could not serve too many ACE balls, so he increased the donation amount from $ 200 to $ 250.Officials of the ATP Cup events in Perth, Sydney and Brisbane also announced that for every ACE ball issued in this tournament, they will donate $ 100 to the Australian Red Cross to help the victims in post-disaster reconstruction.After the first two match days, the number of ACE balls has reached 426, and the donation to the disaster area in Australia has reached $ 42,600.According to preliminary estimates, this year’s ATP Cup will issue more than 1500 ACE balls, and the charity will also exceed US $ 150,000.Editor Zhang Yunfeng proofreading Wei Zhuo