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Roger Federer and wife Mirka donate 1M Francs to COVID-19 relief

Twenty-time Huge Slam champion Roger Federer introduced a donation of 1,000,000 Swiss Francs ($1.46M CAD) alongside together with his wife, Mirka, on Wednesday to again households in Switzerland via the COVID-19 pandemic.

“These will now not be simple occasions for every individual and nobody need to be left unhurried. Mirka and I in actuality comprise for my fragment decided to donate 1,000,000 Swiss Francs for principally essentially the most susceptible households in Switzerland. Our contribution is best a supply,” Federer wrote in commentary posted on Twitter. “We hope that others may perchance doubtless be part of in supporting extra households in need. Collectively we’re able to beat this catastrophe! Protect healthv!”

Federer, 38, is in the intervening time recovering from knee surgical intention which he underwent on Feb. 20. The 2009 French Start champion was on the start dominated out of the primary for this yr with a four-month timeline for a return, however may perchance doubtless doubtlessly play with the match pushed abet to September.

Federer is in the intervening time the fourth-ranked tennis participant on this planet.

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