Adidas athletes in France have decided to come together in the fight against the coronavirus by supporting hospital staff. French tennis star Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has also joined the initiative, posting a message to his followers to make a donation on the platform dedicated to this initative.
Tsonga has donated the t-shirt he wore when he defeated Roger Federer in the 2014 Rogers Cup final in Toronto. Tsonnga posted the following message on his Twitter account - "With the team athletes @adidasFR , we want to help the heroes of the medical profession & the @FondationHPHF and we are launching an auction of our jerseys 🙏🏽 See you on 👉🏼http://drouotonline.com/athletessolidaires Thanks for them ...
Avec les athlètes de la team @adidasFR, nous souhaitons aider les héros du corps médical & la @FondationHPHF et nous lançons une vente aux enchères de nos maillots 🙏🏽
Rdv sur 👉🏼 https://t.co/nDj6wy8RcM
Merci pour eux ...#TsongaTeam #HomeTeam #Teamadidas #restezchezvous #stayhome pic.twitter.com/DTaq2tMJWA — Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (@tsonga7) April 2, 2020
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