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World Tour Finals Auction

01.12.2011 | Foundation, Starseite 1

The eight singles finalists who qualified to compete at the 2011 ATP World Tour Finalists raised $57'261 through a unique worldwide player locker charity auction organized by the ATP.

The lockers, personally stocked with signed memorabilia by each of the top eight singles players were on display in the Fan Zone at The O2 across the eight days of the tournament.

Save the Children, the charity partner for the tournament, will receive 50% of the proceeds from the auction, with the other 50% going to each player's chosen charity. Roger's locker  received the highest bid with $17'800 and therefore 50% of this money goes to the Roger Federer Foundation.

           

 

Player Locker  and Charity of Choice

Origin of Winning Bid

Sold

Roger (Roger Federer Foundation)

Japan    

$17,800

Berdych (Paraple Centrum)

Japan    

$2,300

Djokovic (Novak Djokovic Foundation)

Switzerland

$6,900

Ferrer (Save the Children)  

Japan    

$2,651

Fish (Mardy Fish Foundation)

Japan

$2,110

Murray (World Wildlife Fund)

U.K.

$7,200

Nadal (Rafa Nadal Foundation)

U.K.

$14,800

Tsonga (Attrap’ la Balle)  

Japan

$3,500

 

 

 
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