He Mexican Tennis Open has become one of the emblems of Acapulco, an area recently devastated by the passage of the Hurricane Otis. That is why, together with Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Grigor Dimitrov, he launched a campaign in which he calls on all white sports fans to make a donation.
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“As you know, the Hurricane Otis It was devastating and caused a lot of damage in Acapulco. This natural disaster has caused a crisis and Acapulco needs your help,” begins the Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas, in a video shared by the organization.
For his part, Grigor Dimitrov, a Bulgarian professional tennis player, reiterated that Mexican Tennis Open in Acapulco It is one of his favorite tournaments and also called for unity among fans.
“It has been very difficult to see what has happened to him. Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, one of my favorite tournaments, that I like to play, that I have won. It causes me a lot of pain to see that people are fighting against adversity, please help us and make a donation,” said the athlete.
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“Help us raise money to rebuild beautiful Acapulco and help all the inhabitants. Let’s build this beautiful place again,” concluded the 26-year-old German tennis player Alexander Zverev.
With this message, the athletes urged fans to make donations through an account PayPal to the account of the association Building Comprehensive Communities AC.
Grigor Dimitrov will add his seventh participation in Acapulco and he was champion in 2014. Zverev is also one of the tennis players who has participated in the AMT the most times, since 2024 will be the sixth and although he has played in two finals, he only lifted “el Guaje” on one occasion.
Stefanos Tsitsipas He has only played twice in the Mexican Pacific, but from his first time he fell in love with Mexico and its people.
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There are two ways to donate Acapulco. The first is through PayPal and the second is through a deposit in Santander.
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