Caty McNally Donates Signed Tennis Racket to Raise Funds for COVID-19 outbreak



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Caty McNally Donates Signed Tennis Racket to Raise Funds for COVID-19 outbreak

Tennis - American teenager Caty McNally has donated a signed tennis racket to raise funds towards the COVID-19 pandemic. The 18 year old is the second tennis player to raise funds for the cause after 16 year old American Coco Gauff, who is McNally's doubles partner, started a Facebook page to raise funds for the pandemic.

McNally tweeted, "During this challenging time, I’m giving back by donating a signed tennis racket at https://t.co/TQsyaFvjQ2. You can donate at the link below for a chance to win and all proceeds go directly to the CDP’s COVID-19 Response Fund #StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/0lWlh3b6Q0.

My fellow athletes! You can join in too. All you have to do is leave me a comment w/ a signed item you’d like to donate Instagram—STORY is completely fine: In order to give back during this challenging time, I’m donating a signed [enter item] to https://t.co/1fqkcfOfcC" 18 year old McNally is the 2018 French Open juniors doubles and 2018 French Open girls' singles runner-up and US Open junior doubles champion.

She has won two doubles titles on the WTA Tour, as well as two singles titles and five doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. She is currently ranked No. 124 in the singles rankings (her highest being No. 105 in September 2019) and a career-best No.

38 in the doubles rankings.