Andy Murray is not sure yet to play 'Match for Africa 3', the exhibition meeting against Roger Federer in Zurich on April 10. The World No. 1 has been suffering an elbow injury for a few weeks, but according to Blick he wants to respect the commitment taken with Federer, who will be welcomed at Andy's home town Glasgow on 7 November later this year.
A week ago Jamie Murray, Andy's Brother, had revealed that the World No. 1 couldn't do anything but serve, but the match is still ten days away and the everyone's hope is that Murray will recover in time. Meanwhile some charity auctions started.
The two people who will offer the most, will have a 'Meet&Greet' session with Roger Federer, they will be able to speak with him for a few mins. There is also the chance of enjoying a safari experience in South Africa for five days, or being given Jura coffee, which is Federer's sponsor.
The Swiss player is always very available when it comes to charity: he has been saying for years that he aims to help one million kids within 2018. 'We are close to reach this number', said Roger a few weeks ago. ALSO READ: Roger Federer: 'I got incredibibly lucky, I was surprised after the match point!