World number one tennis player Andy Murray will reportedly donate his prize money from the Aegon Championships to those affected by the London residential tower fire if he wins the tournament.
A number of UK newspapers are reporting the Scottish star has pledged to handover the 346,000 pound ($A580,450) cheque to the victims of the Grenfell fire, in which 79 people are so far confirmed dead, if he wins the Queen's club tournament, just kilometres away from the incinerated west London tower block.
Murray has supported a number of charitable causes throughout his career. In 2013 he donated his Queen's winnings to the Royal Marsden Hospital, where his friend Ross Hutchins was being treated for cancer.
He has also seen first-hand how a tragedy can affect a community.
He and his brother Jamie were pupils at Dunblane Primary School when 16 pupils and their teacher were massacred on March 13 1996.
The children - aged five and six - and teacher Gwen Mayor were murdered by Thomas Hamilton when he opened fire on a gym class.