Published: Tue, June 20, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

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Andy Murray has said he will donate his winnings from this year's Queen's championships to help those affected by the Grenfell disaster.

According to The Independent, his plans were confirmed by a tournament source, however his own management declined to comment.

But he will now meet Murray, who is a five-time victor of the tournament in west London, for the very first time.

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The tower block is only a few kilometres away from the Queen's Club in West London.

This is nothing new for Murray, who donated £73,000 in Queen's winnings in 2013 to the Royal Marsden Centre, where his Davis Cup doubles partner, Ross Hutchins, was treated successfully for Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Murray also played in a fund-raising match at the end of that year's tournament with his coach, Ivan Lendl, Tim Henman and Tomas Berdych.

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Total donations to the fund now stand at more than £1.3 million ($1.65 million).

The two-time Wimbledon champion is now gearing up to defend his title at Queen's Club, with his opening match taking place today against Aljaž Bedene.

More recently, in 2015, Murray helped to raise £83,000 for the Unicef charity's work in helping those fleeing from Syria.

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If tournament favorites Spain win the tournament, Bellerin's donation could reach £22,500 ($28,000), while Manchester City midfielder Raheem Sterling has also promised to give "a substantial sum".

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