As well as losing lots of weight, Michael Smith has made a difference in another way during lockdown with the World Number Five and his wife Dagmara helping the NHS by raising around £5,000 for charity.

Smith did so by playing matches against fans on a live stream and his wife also raffled off some items to raise even more money. An NHS employee visited Michael and Dagmara as a result and thanked them for their efforts.

“They were really great and really made a difference,” they said. “Thank you so much.”

Smith is also doing his bit still by raising money this time for Autism Awareness. A specially designed shirt has been made and the shirt from a major tournament worn by ‘Bully Boy’ is then auctioned and the proceeds are donated to charity.

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Author: Samuel Gill