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10:22 23 Nov 2021

Kyiv to become the world capital of tennis fans for one day

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A charity night of the best tennis player of Ukraine Elina Svitolina will take place on November 26 at Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv, where celebrities will gather from all over the world.

This evening guests will see a rich program: a welcome cocktail, a performance by Elina Svitolina and her friend, Olympic champion Zhan Beleniuk, a musical performance by a special guest, a gala dinner, a charity auction with unique lots and a violin solo by a true virtuoso Vasyl Popadiuk.

"Impressions" and iconic sports "jewels" will come under the hammer: Elina Svitolina's racket from Tokyo 2020, where she won the first Olympic medal in the history of Ukrainian tennis; autographed T-shirt of the legendary Novak Djokovic; private tasting of exclusive Cuvees Moët Hennessy from the LVMH Foundation at the unique L'Appartement Private in Paris; invitation to a private party of Christian Dior in the company of Elina, followed by a visit to the Grand Slam tournament Roland Garros and other lots.

The announced event will be part of the charity program of the Elina Svitolina Foundation and is designed to draw the attention of society, business partners and patrons to children's sports, as well as to show the full potential of its development. All funds raised by the Elina Svitolina Foundation during the charity night will go to the creation of the first Children's Tennis Academy in Ukraine.

Information about the fund and its founder

The Elina Svitolina Foundation was founded in 2019. It provides comprehensive support to promising young athletes.

Elina Svitolina is the number-tennis player in Ukraine to set a large number of national records. She won 16 singles WTA (Women's Tennis Association) tournaments, including the WTA Finals 2018. She won the first Olympic medal in the history of Ukrainian tennis at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Elina is the third best tennis player in the world in the professional world rankings of the WTA (2017, 2018, 2019), a semifinalist of the Grand Slam tournaments (Wimbledon 2019 and US Open 2019), a finalist of the WTA Finals 2019.

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