Your favourite players are all at home, but they’re finding plenty of ways to pass the time. From Karen Khachanov’s clever use of Photoshop, to Rohan Bopanna’s intense forehand drill, ATPTour.com looks at how the world’s best players are keeping busy.
Karen Khachanov may need to visit a barber shop when he comes out of lockdown.
7️⃣ weeks without tennis
4️⃣9️⃣ days without barber
1️⃣1️⃣7️⃣6️⃣ hours on quarantine pic.twitter.com/G9kpfd46KF
— Karen Khachanov (@karenkhachanov) April 25, 2020
Rohan Bopanna doesn’t need much to keep working on his game.
Find your way through these tough times 💪🏾.. Shoot your questions my way to let me know how you’ll are doing? Wall practice 😉 @rogerfederer #isolatedbutnotdisconnected #isolation #rbta #indiatennis #indiantennisdailyofficial #functionaltennis #atp #stayhome #tennis #sports #tennisplayer @thesportsschool #tennisathome🎾🏠
Alexander Zverev demonstrated that he won’t be joining the PGA Tour in the near future.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 26, 2020
Meanwhile, Grigor Dimitrov showed that he’s a two-sport wonder.
Guillermo Duran’s impressive trick shots have been growing in difficulty over the past few weeks.
— ATP Tour en Español (@ATPTour_ES) April 26, 2020
[TENNIS AT HOME]
Stefanos Tsitsipas is just like the rest of us in the morning.
How to get out of bed
1. Wake up.
2. Pick up phone.
3. Stare at phone for 72 minutes.
5. Get out of bed.
Alternatively, once in a while, try skipping stages two to four.
— Stefanos Tsitsipas (@StefTsitsipas) April 23, 2020
Matteo Berrettini relived winning his second ATP Tour title last year in Budapest.
Horacio Zeballos has been busy entertaining his young son.
— ATP Tour en Español (@ATPTour_ES) April 24, 2020
Guillermo Coria added an impressive twist to Roger Federer’s volley challenge.
Recordando viejos tiempos contra una pared. pic.twitter.com/UnL6rT6ig5
— GC (@guillecoria) April 20, 2020