World number two Novak Djokovic has reportedly donated the entire Rome Masters 2014 prize money he won on Sunday. The Serbian has been actively campaigning for support for his home country after heavy rainfalls affected Bosnia and Serbia resulting to heavy flooding. The heavy rainfall took place from May 14 to 16 and it has affected more than 1.6 million people. Reports stated that there are at least 48 casualties from the natural disaster.
Djokovic defeated defending champion Rafael Nadal to clinch his third Rome Masters title on Sunday. The Serbian won € 549,000 in prize money after winning the ATP Masters 1000 title.
You can help Djokovic raise more funds for the victims of the flooding. You can visit the Novak Djokovic Foundation website HERE.