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ATPTour.com looks at what your favourite players have been up to
Your favourite players are all back at home, but they’re finding plenty of ways to stay active. From Stan Wawrinka’s cuddly backgammon buddy, to Dominic Thiem spending quality time with his dog, find out how the biggest names in tennis are keeping busy.
Thiem is making sure that his dog stays in shape with him.
Wawrinka found a partner for an intense game of backgammon.
I BEARly won this time 👀🧸🎲🖤🤍 #PolarOpposites #TeddyVSStan #KeepingEntertained #KeepSmiling #StanTheMan #QuarantineWeekend #StayHome #StaySafe #Love pic.twitter.com/QlAsT9kSs6
— Stanislas Wawrinka (@stanwawrinka) April 10, 2020
Novak Djokovic and his wife, Jelena, successfully passed Andy Murray’s 100-volley challenge.
Idemooo the 💯 volley challenge was too easy for @jelenadjokovic haha bravoo 😂👏🏼💪🏼. Thanks for the fun nomination Kim and @andymurray!
Keep the challenges coming!!! 🔥 #100volleychallenge #tennisathome #stayhome #teamdjokovic #nolefam pic.twitter.com/tffUO9OOCs
— Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) April 10, 2020
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan also reached 100 volleys together, but swapped out tennis racquets for cell phones.
Jamie Murray challenged players and fans to see how skilled they are with a football.
Back to the Playground! #100keepyupchallenge
Who’s got it in their locker this Easter Weekend?!
Love to see @HibernianFC @andy_murray @juanmata8 @mctominay10 @billygilmourrr @nealskupski getting stuck in!#StayHome #football #tennis #skills #EasterWeekend #EasterAtHome pic.twitter.com/iYKx1faw5N
— Jamie Murray (@jamie_murray) April 10, 2020
Stefanos Tsitsipas found new ways to work on his fitness with limited space.
Who let the dogs out? pic.twitter.com/dGb2qy6ja1
— Stefanos Tsitsipas (@StefTsitsipas) April 10, 2020
Fabio Fognini took a relaxed approach to working on his volleys.
This guy 😂 👏
🎥: @fabiofogna | #tennisathome pic.twitter.com/nU8UUGHlt8
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 10, 2020
Casper Ruud had a moment of nostalgia for ice baths.
Hubert Hurkacz cranked out 300 sit-ups during one of his training sessions.