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



ツアーファイナルズの選ばれし8選手のロッカーの商品のオークションが行われました。
一番高かったのはフェデラーの$17,800(日本円で約138万)でした。

やはり生きる伝説ですからね。私もほしいです。
そいでもって日本人が落札していますね~円高のご利用お見事でございます。私も円高の強みを生かしたいですけど、とても138万はだせません。

ちょっとゲスイですが、一番安かったのはフィシュの$2,110(日本円で16万5千円)。。。
これぐらいならまだなんとか手をだせそうですが、欲しいのはやっぱりフェデラーですからね。それ以外では落札しようとは思えないですね~

8オークションのうち、5つを日本人が落札しているんですよね。
日本ではそれほどテニスは人気ないぐらいなんですけど、好きな人は好きでコアファンがいるんですよね。うれしくなります。それと円高パワーもあったとは思いますけど。。。

テニスは厳しい世界ですが、オークションの価格まで公開するのは・・・本当に厳しい世界ですね

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Auction Summary


Rafael Nadal (ESP)

Captured his 10th career Grand Slam title in 2011, triumphing at Roland Garros to equal Bjorn Borg's record for most titles won at the French Open (6). Nadal also won in Barcelona and Monte-Carlo in 2011.

Benefitting Charities:
Rafa Nadal Foundation and
Save the Children
Locker Contents:
Autographed Nike clothes, Nike shoes and Babolat racquet
Final Auction Bid:
$14,800








Andy Murray (GBR)

Has been a model of consistency in 2011, reaching the semi-finals or further at all four Grand Slams, as well as picking up five ATP World Tour titles throughout the season. He was a semi-finalist at last year's Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.

Benefitting Charities:
World Wildlife Fund and
Save the Children
Locker Contents:
Autographed ADIDAS clothing, ADIDAS shoes and HEAD racquet
Final Auction Bid:
$7,200









Roger Federer (SUI)

Holds more Grand Slam singles titles (16) than any other player in the history of the sport. Federer heads into the 2011 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals bidding to win the season-ending title for a record sixth time.

Benefitting Charities:
Roger Federer Foundation and
Save the Children

Locker Contents:
Autographed Nike clothing, Nike bag and Wilson racquet

Final Auction Bid:
$17,800






David Ferrer (ESP)

Making his third career appearance at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Ferrer has captured two titles in 2011, in Auckland and Acapulco.

Benefitting Charity:
All proceeds will go to Save the Children
Locker Contents:
Autographed Lotto clothing, Lotto shoes, and Prince racquet
Final Auction Bid:
$2,651










Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA)

Captured two ATP World Tour titles in 2011, in Vienna and Metz. He also reached the semi-finals at Wimbledon, defeating Roger Federer in a five-set thriller in the quarter-finals.

Benefitting Charities:
Attrap' la Balle and
Save the Children
Locker Contents:
Autographed ADIDAS clothing and Babolat racquet
Final Auction Bid:
$3,500










Tomas Berdych (CZE)

Qualified for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for a second consecutive year. The talented Czech reached the Wimbledon final in 2010 and has captured six career ATP World Tour titles.

Benefitting Charities:
Paraple Centrum and
Save the Children
Locker Contents:
Autographed Nike clothing and HEAD racquet
Final Auction Bid:
$2,300










Mardy Fish (USA)

 Making his first career appearance at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, having enjoyed the most successful season of 
  his career to date. The American reached a career-high ranking of No. 7 in August earlier this year.


 Benefitting Charities:
 Mardy Fish Foundation and
 Save the Children

  Locker Contents:
 Autographed K-Swiss clothing and Wilson racquet

  Final Auction Bid:
  $2,110