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Jurij Rodionov has been at home with his parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Today's ATP Challenger Tour stars discuss how they have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, providing an exclusive glimpse into life at home.

Episode 7: Alejandro TabiloThe 23-year-old Chilean reveals his training regimen during the pandemic, while discussing how technology has played a role in his preparation for the tour's restart. He also talks about how TikTok videos with his girlfriend have become a viral sensation in Chile.

Episode 6: Brayden Schnur: The 25-year-old Canadian reflects on quarantine life at home with his family in Toronto and reveals why he decided to move to California to continue training. The birthday boy also takes questions from fans in a special Mailbag edition.

Episode 5: Michael Mmoh. The 22-year-old American talks about the movement towards racial equality and social justice and how he's been inspired by the recent wave of activism. He also provides an update on his training and gives us a tour of his new home.

Episode 4: Thiago Seyboth Wild. The 20-year-old Brazilian talks about the current situation in Brazil, how he's getting back into a routine, what he misses most about the tour and introduces us to his new dog Malu.

Episode 3: Marcos Giron. The 26-year-old American talks about life with his girlfriend in San Diego, how an assault bike is keeping him in shape, the movie he can't stop watching and why he's itching to get back on tour.

Episode 2: Jurij Rodionov. The 21-year-old Austrian talks about life at home with his parents, finally getting back on court, what he's been doing to pass the time and why the beard is here to stay.

Episode 1: Arthur Rinderknech. The 24-year-old Frenchman talks about his mother's COVID-19 diagnosis and how he has turned to baking, drawing and watching 'The Last Dance' to pass the time.


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