15 Jan 2020 02:24. An emotional Nick Kyrgios and Roger Federer have opened up on their experiences with the Australian bushfires after their singles battle at the Rally for Relief where the Swiss ...
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Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Nick Kyrgios joined forces with WTA stars on Wednesday night to support those impacted by bushfires that have devastated many part of Australia. The Rally for Relief, held on Rod Laver Arena, the main stadium court at the Australian Open, raised almost AUD $5 million for the Victorian Bushfire Appeal. Firefighters were courtside relaying their recent experiences.
Tennis superstars who united for a special evening at Rod Laver Arena have helped raise close to AUD $5 million for bushfire relief efforts. Roger Federer, N...
A number of tennis greats played in a charity match to take the amount of money raised for the bushfire appeal to over 4m Australian dollars.
Stars step out to Rally for Relief. Author Matt Trollope. Amid an Australian summer defined by confronting images of unprecedented bushfire devastation, a much-needed heart-warming story has been the response of the ‘tennis family’. Beginning with Nick Kyrgios’ pledge to donate $200 for every ace he sent down this summer, increasing numbers of players, tennis bodies and fans have jumped on board with fundraising efforts.
By Tim Elbra. Jan 8th, 2020. Jan 8th, 2020. Tennis Australia has announced the first crop of stars who will appear in its Rally for Relief bush fire fundraiser - and it's an incredible line-up.
The Rally for Relief event will be held in Rod Laver Arena on the evening of January 15, just ahead of the Australian Open, announced by Tennis Australia chief Craig Tiley.
Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Nick Kyrgios will headline a charity event ahead of the Australian Open that will have a new air quality policy as organisers grapple with issues related to the bushfire crisis. Tennis Australia chief Craig Tiley announced on Wednesday that the Rally for Relief will be held on Rod Laver Arena on the evening of January 15 with proceeds going to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.
A full house at Rod Laver Arena has helped the Australian Open's Rally for Relief raise almost $5 million to aid bushfire charities. Key points: Organisers said the event raised $4,826,014 for ...