Bad boy also has a good heart. Kaye Gauss leads his teammates to donate to the Australian fire

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 Bad boy also has a good heart. Kaye Gauss leads his teammates to donate to the Australian fire


Keyergos first shouted at the Australian Tennis Association on social media, proposing to hold a charity show on the eve of the Australian Open to raise money for the victims. Australian Internet association also quickly responded, saying a series of charitable activities are being arranged..

Craig Tilly, chief executive of the Australian Network Association, said a series of fund-raising and other support measures will be announced in the next few weeks to launch in the ATP cup, Australian Open and other events.

In addition, Keyes also promised on social media that he would donate 200 Australian dollars to the people in the disaster area for every ace shot he made in Australia this year.

This proposal has also received the response of many of Keyes compatriots and teammates. Players including deminar, Millman, stosser, and Han Tianyu all said on social media that they would contribute their strength.

Of course, kiegos did. In the ATP cup, which kicked off on January 3, Kierkegaard led Australia to two straight sets to beat Germany and hit 20 ace goals, which means he will donate 4000 Australian dollars.

In fact, ATP Cup players have announced that they will donate 100 Australian dollars to the Australian Red Cross for each ace ball they hit during the event. It is expected that at least 1500 aces will appear during the event, and the total donation is expected to exceed $150000. According to the statistics of the competitors, 216 ace balls were sent out on the first day of the competition, which means that the donation has been recorded as $21600. In front of Dayi, kayegas, who is called bad boy, also has a kind heart. Looking back to 2019, there are endless wonderful events of self directing and self acting by Keye Gauss. In addition to kicking water bottles, throwing chairs, throwing towels and swearing at the referees ferocious operation, he deliberately hit Nadal with the ball in the Wimbledon game and said frankly that Nadal can use the Grand Slam champion and money to block the ball. Source: Netease sports Author: Ben Bo Er Ba editor in charge: Cao Liqiao and ns1806

In fact, ATP Cup players have announced that they will donate 100 Australian dollars to the Australian Red Cross for each ace ball they hit during the event. It is expected that at least 1500 aces will appear during the event, and the total donation is expected to exceed $150000.

According to the statistics of the competitors, 216 ace balls were sent out on the first day of the competition, which means that the donation has been recorded as $21600.

In front of Dayi, kayegas, who is called bad boy, also has a kind heart. Looking back to 2019, there are endless wonderful events of self directing and self acting by Keye Gauss. In addition to kicking water bottles, throwing chairs, throwing towels and swearing at the referees ferocious operation, he deliberately hit Nadal with the ball in the Wimbledon game and said frankly that Nadal can use the Grand Slam champion and money to block the ball.