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Nick Kyrgios generous COVID-19 offer for help, tennis news

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‘Saint Nick’ has struck again.

Apr 5, 2020 at 8:46pm PDTThe Aussie ace said his inbox was open for those in need, stating he “will be more than happy to share whatever I have.”“Even just for a box of noodles, a loaf of bread or milk. I will drop it off at your doorstep, no questions asked!”

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Australia’s Nick Kyrgios hits a return against Spain’s Rafael Nadal.Source:AFPThe tennis world is in total shutdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.It’s not the first time Kyrgios has shown terrific leadership and generosity during a crisis.The 24-year-old, who is ranked 40 in the world, was

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N_Watson_ FunkyBazFace His growth in the last year has been impressive At the end of this man's career the public opinion of him will come full circle, he was loved as a kid bursting onto the scene, then hated for his immaturity, (many forget how young he is & was when thrust into the public) now slowly turning into a class above Bravo NickKyrgios

What a bloody legend keep up the great work nick Its funny how we always judge a book by its cover.

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Kyrgios offers to help those going hungryTennis ace Nick Kyrgios has again shown his big heart, offering to drop off food to anyone going hungry during the coronavirus crisis. BreakingNews :- TIGER DIAGNOSED WITH THE coronavirus VIRUSE at BronxZoo... Soylent Green...there's a new idea, though he looks a little tough?! I have come to think that underneath all that naughtiness there is a very kind and caring person trying to get out. This is not the first time he has reached out to those suffering and in need. Remember in the aftermath of the bush fires?

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The two factors concerning experts as new COVID-19 cases begin to fallThere were 57 new cases reported nationally on Monday, down from 139 on Sunday and 324 on Saturday, but the number of deaths surged. Are we flattening the curve? | pallavisinghal_ pallavisinghal_ PopeFrancis appealed to the world to have courage...Covid_19 pallavisinghal_ Can't tell. Ask in another 2 weeks of the borders closed. pallavisinghal_ Test more widely: report infection and death rates more accurately. It will help people will have more faith in the numbers.

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