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Acapulco Fundraising For Recovery From Hurricane Otis

Tsitsipas, Dimitrov and Zverev share their support
November 28, 2023
Arena GNP Seguros became home of the Acapulco ATP 500 event in 2022.
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Arena GNP Seguros became home of the Acapulco ATP 500 event in 2022. By ATP Staff

Last month, a category five storm, Hurricane Otis, caused significant damage to Acapulco, home of the Abierto Mexicano Tell presentado for HSBC.

Tournament organisers have launched a fundraiser to support the city’s rebuilding efforts. Donations can be made to the effort, which is in partnership with ONG Construyendo.

Players who have competed in the tournament have shared their own support of the cause.

Stefanos Tsitsipas said: “This natural disaster has created a crisis and Acapulco needs your help. The tournament together with ONG Construyendo is leading the way and trying to rebuild this whole city. Your effort is much appreciated.”

Grigor Dimitrov said: “It's been very, very difficult seeing what's happening with Hurricane Otis out there. [Acapulco is] one of my favourite tournaments that I love playing, that I've played and I've won. I'm very saddened to see how everybody's struggling out there.”

Alexander Zverev said: “Donate to help raise money to rebuild the beautiful city of Acapulco and to help the people of Acapulco. Let's rebuild this beautiful place.”

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