Andy Murray of Britain hits a return against Alexander Zverev of Germany during their eleventh session men's singles match on day six of the Hopman Cup tennis tournament in Perth on January 8, 2016. AFP PHOTO / Tony ASHBY
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British tennis star Andy Murray has helped raise more than 83,000 pounds ($121,000)for Syrian refugee children by donating money for every ace he scored through his Andy's Aces initiative, the U.N. children's agency (UNICEF) said Monday.Murray, who is ranked world number two, announced in September he would donate 50 pounds for every ace he hit until the end of 2015 .Last month, actors Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher announced a $1 million donation to two charities working in Syria.Murray is the latest in a line of celebrities to highlight the Syrian crisis, which is entering its sixth year.
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