Felix Auger-Aliassime is by far the best tennis player in the ATP Ranking under 20-years-old but now he has shown that he is also a great person as he announced the new donation for children.
Sitting on the 21st place of the ATP Ranking, just 19-years-old Auger-Aliassime is one of the biggest talents of the men’s tennis. But the young Canadian knows that it is not just about a game of tennis.
In his new video on Twitter Auger-Aliassime announced that he will donate $5 for every winning point in 2020 Season. Moreover, BNP Paribas will donate another $15 for every point the Canadian will win.
In the video, Felix says: “I’d like to share a project with you that is very close to my heart. I feel very lucky to have a satisfying career so far. But I think it is time to bring more meaning to it, beyond tennis.”
“This year, all my winning points count. I will donate $5 for every point I win. Another member of the team is BNP Paribas, they will match every point with a $15 donation. We are partnering with care for the protection and education of children in Togo. Together we aim to help over 2 500 children. We really need your support to help me win as many points as possible.”
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Extremely proud to announce that each point I win during the season will contribute to the education of children in Togo, thanks to the #FAAPointsForChange project with @BNPParibas and @CARE. Details in this video! pic.twitter.com/DJRFggyphZ
— Félix AugerAliassime (@felixtennis) February 7, 2020
Author: Erik Virostko