Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios, often in controversy due to his furious behavior, has offered to deliver food to hungry people during the Corona virus lockdown. Kyrgios had earlier been at the forefront of raising funds for the victims of the Australian fire. Kyrgios, who made his pointless comments and warm temper on the court, said he would deliver food to people's homes himself.
All industry businesses are closed due to restrictions imposed by Kovid-19, in which large numbers of people in Australia have become unemployed. Kyrgios, the number 40 player in the world, said in his Instagram post, "Please don't sleep hungry. Do not feel afraid or ashamed of sending me private messages. I would be very happy to share what I have. He said, "Whether it is just a packet of noodles, bread or milk, I will take it to your home.
This post by Kyrgios has received more than 90,000 likes so far. Earlier in January, Kyrgios raised millions of dollars for the victims of the fire. The 24-year-old gave 200 Australian dollars (US $ 125) for each of the 'ace' during the domestic tennis season. The season ended with the Australian Open.