From Daniil Medvedev to Manchester United, the sports world unites to support Ukraine as the war with Russia continues


By order of the Heads of Russian forces Vladimir Putin On February 24, 2022, he entered the territory of Ukraine and started a war between the two countries. Soldiers from both sides continue to fight for their nation, including tennis stars. Daniel Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Elina Svitolina, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Amanda Anisimova and many people around the world came forward to show support for the Ukrainians.

Ukrainian players Dayana Yastremska and her sister Ivanna Yastremska He took the field with the Ukrainian flag covering his bags. Elina Svitolina made a statement that Will not play any matches against a player from Russia or Belarus and i hope tennis community is making better strides against Russian aggression. Despite being World No. 1, Medvedev said the war had ruined his celebrations and he had mixed feelings about the ascent.

Besides tennis stars, sports clubs and associations took action to show solidarity with Ukrainian citizens who continue to fight for their safety and freedom. like football clubs Manchester United and Schalke 04 It terminated its long-standing agreements with Russian companies. At all football matches over the weekend, ‘No War’ signs were seen before kick-off.

In England, during the League Cup finals between football clubs Liverpool and Chelsea, the players showed their support for the country by standing together with a wreath of the colors of the Ukrainian flag. FIFA and UEFA, the two major governing bodies in football, announced the suspension of all Russian National teams and clubs, meaning that Russia is now out of the game. 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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Daniel Medvedev
Daniil Medvedev against the Ukraine-Russia conflicts

this Russian Grand Prix In Formula 1, Ukrainian NBA players canceled for the foreseeable future Svi Mykhailiuk related to Toronto Raptors and Alex Len related to Kings of Sacramento He issued a joint statement wishing the war to end as soon as possible and empowering his fellow citizens who were fighting for the independence of their nation.

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