Your favourite players are all back at home, but they’re finding plenty of ways to keep busy. From Novak Djokovic stepping up for Rafael’s Nadal fundraising campaign for COVID-19 relief efforts, to Stefanos Tsitsipas brushing up on his cooking skills, find out how the biggest names in tennis are spending their days.
Djokovic is the latest player to join Nadal’s #NeustraMejorVictoria campaign with six-time NBA All-Star Pau Gasol. The initiaive, which forms part of the #CruzRojaResponde (Red Cross Responds) project, aims to raise €11 million and help citizens in need during this health emergency
— Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) April 3, 2020
Tsitsipas has been working on a perfect skill for staying at home.
Master Stef 🧑🏼🍳 pic.twitter.com/h3BQlIOvw3
— Stefanos Tsitsipas (@StefTsitsipas) April 2, 2020
Karen Khachanov has been experiencing weather extremes in Moscow.
Spring in Moscow ☀️❄️ pic.twitter.com/h2wfv9GSdv
— Karen Khachanov (@karenkhachanov) March 30, 2020
Stan Wawrinka sent a message of encouragement to his fans
— Stanislas Wawrinka (@stanwawrinka) April 2, 2020
Tennys Sandgren appears to be influenced by the Netflix series Tiger King.
Maybe it’s time to try and fill the unfillable void with a tiger
— Tennys Sandgren (@TennysSandgren) March 29, 2020
Vasek Pospisil is the latest player to join the fun on TikTok.
Officially succumbed to the social pressures of isolation and joined TikTok. Give me a follow. Videos coming soon 😂 username: “vasek.pospisil”
— Vasek Pospisil (@VasekPospisil) April 1, 2020
Robert Farah has been spending plenty of time with his dogs.
Durante este tiempo de cuarentena juego, disfruto y aprendo de Taco y Roma. Es una excelente manera de ocupar mi mente! Tomen este tiempo para enseñarles trucos y jugar con sus mascotas. Taco se está volviendo un crack con el frisbee! #EquipoColsanitas #QuedateEnCasa pic.twitter.com/8alUADhvxV
— Robert farah (@RobertFarah_) April 3, 2020
Edouard Roger-Vasselin is finding ways to keep up his volleying skills.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 4, 2020
Brayden Schnur took time to thank medical professionals and other essential workers for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
— Brayden Schnur (@BraydenSchnur) April 3, 2020
[TENNIS AT HOME]