Roger Federer and his wife Mirka's massive donation for corona affected people!

Genesis of a champion Chapter 3 Rafael Nadal passes Master Federer on his lawns

Genesis of a champion Chapter 3 Rafael Nadal passes Master Federer on his lawns

Roger Federer announced on his social media account that he and his wife Mirka had donated one million Swiss francs "for the most vulnerable families in Switzerland" amid the coronavirus crisis. "Mirka and I have personally chose to donate one million Swiss francs for the most vulnerable families in Switzerland", world number four Federer, 38, said on Instagram.

Roger Federer has been voted by the fans as their favorite player for 17 consecutive years not only because of his incredible tennis and results, but also for his great personality.

"Nobody should be left behind", the 20-time Grand Slam victor wrote on Instagram.

Switzerland has 10,456 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, which has resulted in 145 deaths.

World Health Organization chief says political leadership ‘can stop this pandemic’
Of these, 10 people have died. "But on their own, these measures will not extinguish epidemics". "On their own these measures won't extinguish epidemics", said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus .

More than one billion Indians went into lockdown, leaving a third of the planet now under orders to stay at home, as the United States vowed to spend $2 trillion to counter the economic harm of the coronavirus.

Portugal and Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo and his agent Jorge Mendes also came together to donate lifesaving equipment to Portuguese hospitals. Lionel Messi Joins Fight Against Coronavirus, Donates 1 Million Euros to Barcelona-Based Hospital. "Our contribution is just a start", Federer added. Together we can overcome this crisis! Over 400,000 people have been infected globally.

The professional tennis tours are now suspended until 7 June, with Wimbledon due to take place from 29 June until 12 July.

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