Former World No. 1 Garbine Muguruza took part in the telephone support service for the Caser Foundation, which is providing support service to affected groups during the current pandemic. The 2016 Roland Garros champion and 2017 Wimbledon champion spoke to a few elderly people, including 70 year old Carmen Cortes, who lives alone in Madrid.
Cortes is an amateur player and a great follower of the Spaniard and the two spoke about their common love for tennis. The Caser Foundation is providing support to some of the groups most affected by the consequences of the pandemic.
The Foundation has set up a telephone service for people over 70 years of age who are confined alone in their homes and also support service for relatives of those who have died of the coronavirus or professionals who are facing stressful situations due to the pandemic.
These services are available from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Here is a look at the video.
Spain's Muguruza is currently ranked No. 16 in the world. She reached the final of the Australian Open in January, where she was beaten by American Sofia Kenin.
Estos días he tenido la oportunidad de conocer de cerca la impresionante labor que realiza @fundacioncaser atendiendo en su servicio de acompañando telefónico a quien lo necesita.