The world was recently plunged into crisis when the Russian government led by Vladimir Putin this week launched a military operation in Ukraine that threatened to have major ramifications around the world. Well-known players such as Andrey Rublev, Sloane Stephens and Daniel Medvedev talked about it and Dayana Yastremska shared her personal traumatic experience.
There has been widespread criticism of Putin’s move to invade Ukraine, as war is never an option. Whichever country wins the battle, it is the common people who lose the war. The potential war would not only affect the two countries, but potentially the whole world of the week in some way.
Sergiy Stakhovsky confirms Roger Federer’s answer
Sergiy Stakhovsky confirmed that Roger Federer has answered his call for help amid the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia. Stakhovsky, who is currently serving in his country’s armed forces, mentioned how the Swiss foundation is actively trying to support the relocation of Ukrainian children affected by the war.
The Ukrainian revealed in a recent interview that he had turned to the Big 3 for help regarding the situation in his country. Just Novak Djokovic has responded to Stakhovsky’s messages and offered unconditional support, including financial help.
After that, Federer and Nadal received a lot of flak for their attitude. But it now appears that the 20-time major champion was actually working behind the scenes for the Ukrainians. In a recent interview with 20 minutesStakhovsky revealed that the Swiss maestro finally responded to the request for help.
The Ukrainian legend revealed that Federer was hoping for peace to be restored soon. He also revealed that the Swiss and his wife’s foundation, Mirka’s Foundation, were working in the background looking for ways to help the people of Ukraine.
“Roger Federer wishes that there would be peace soon. He and (his wife) Mirka’s foundation are looking for ways to help the children in Ukraine and also look after some in Switzerland. said Stakhovsky.
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