Karolina Pliskova's heart of gold for the victims of Australian Fires



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Karolina Pliskova's heart of gold for the victims of Australian Fires

Bushfires are tearing Australia apart, ruining the lives of thousands of people, and destroying the animal-kingdom and fauna. The winds and extremely high temperatures are spreading the fires, which have now spread throughout the country.

Many people are helping Australians in this serious crisis. These include tennis players like Nick Kyrgios, who these days is playing the ATP Cup. Kyrgios, who is a Canberra native, kicked off the support chain for the bushfire victims as he pledged $200 for every ace he would hit during the Australian summer.

John Millman and Alex de Minaur joined Kyrgios. As did several WTA stars, including Samantha Stosur. Karolina Pliskova will also help to help the bushfire victims. The Czech will donate $200 for each ace she will hit during her Australian Swing:
"Heyy Aussies!

I love your country so I decided to join the Aussies players and donate 200 dollars for every ace I hit during my stay in Australia to support and help all the victims of the fires. Let's get some aces going!" She said on her Twitter account.

Now the efforts of firefighters, military, auxiliaries and volunteers are focusing on rescuing people trapped in the fires. The situation is developing.