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In his tennis career, Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky was a winner with four ATP titles to his name.

Now, he will risk everything on what he knows could be a losing cause — defending his homeland against the vastly larger Russian army.

Stakhovsky’s first step was to get his family to safety, according to Sky News.

“Of course I would fight, it’s the only reason I’m trying to get back,” Stakhovsky said.

“I signed up for the reserves last week. I don’t have military experience, but I do have experience with a gun privately,” he said.

Stakhovsky knows the toll Russia is taking on the capital city of Kyiv, where his father and brother are at the center of the carnage.

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“My dad and brother are surgeons, they are stressed out, but I speak to them frequently — they sleep in the basement,” he explained.

Stakhovsky said not everyone can fight, but everyone can do something.

“It makes the world of difference to our armed forces that they are not alone at least in a media environment, but let’s be realistic here, it’s been eight years of war with Russia, where was all of this for eight years?” he said.

Stakhovsky said even if the war goes badly, Ukrainians will fight on.

“Once Ukraine is lost, we will resist,” he said, admitting that resistance might fail.

“But let’s be realistic, Russia is a 140 million [population] country, which spreads from Europe all the way back to Alaska. It’s going to be very hard to resist that much,”…


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