Chelsea striker Álvaro Morata admits that he often wonders what his life might have been like had he elected to pursue a career in tennis rather than football. The Spaniard was back home in Madrid recently to take part in the Chocrón 2018 calendar for a charity project in collaboration with the Aladina Foundation to help children who are suffering from cancer and their families.
"“I’ve chosen this photo because becoming a tennis player was another of my dreams when I was younger – I was lucky enough to realize my other dream, which was to become a footballer. I’ll always wonder what would have happened to me if I had decided to focus on tennis rather than football because I was quite a good player when I was a kid”, Morata explained.
“I’m pleased to be working alongside the Aladina Foundation because I really enjoy working with children. They do a fantastic job and I am very proud to be able to contribute something to the cause”.
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