On Monday afternoon, the Australian tennis star went to Instagram, posting a message for those who were struggling in such unprecedented times.
“If ANYONE is not working / not earning an income and running out of food or times are just difficult … please don’t go to sleep on an empty stomach,” read Kyrgios’ message.
“Don’t be afraid or embarrassed to send me a private message.
“I will be more than happy to share everything I have.
“Even just for a box of noodles, a loaf of bread or some milk.
“I’ll leave it at your house, no questions asked.”
Using the “JoinTheCause” hashtag, Kyrgios also challenged anyone who saw the post to board.
By subtitling the “True Speeches” image, the last effort of the Canberra-born star follows her widely praised work to organize a response to the fire crisis in Australia last summer by the tennis community, with many of the best players in the world in Melbourne for the Australian Open in January.
Maria Sharapova shares her phone number on Twitter
The five-time Grand Slam champion arrived on Twitter on Friday with a message for her fans during the unprecedented global crisis.
Not only have I just received a number 310 (hello fantastic cats🌴) but I share it with you: text me! 310-564-7981. Really. Tell me how you are, ask me questions or just say hello 👋🏼 All great recipes are also welcome 😉#Community pic.twitter.com/JNCuGzJXRS
– Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) April 3, 2020
“Not only have I just received a number 310 (hello fantastic cats), but I also share it with you: write me! Really,” he wrote on Twitter along with a video.
“Tell me how you are, ask me questions or say hello. Excellent recipes are also welcome.”
In the video he explains his logic.
“I tried to find a way to get in touch with all of you because last week I asked really funny questions and answers in a video conference with 150 of you,” he says.
“I wanted more. A big part of this is because we are all in this social estrangement together, so I want you to write me what you think.
“Send me a message and wait for an answer.”
Needless to say, it was overrun with responses and the video was viewed 2.5 million times on Monday afternoon.