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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Novak Djokovic are getting creative while staying at home.

Tsonga's Band, Djokovic's Costume: #TennisAtHome Roundup

ATPTour.com looks at what your favourite players have been up to

Your favourite players are all finding ways to stay busy and remain in shape while doing their part to flatten the curve. From Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's new family band to Novak Djokovic’s homemade costume, find out how the biggest names in tennis are keeping active.

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Tsonga didn't need to look far when he needed someone to accompany him on drums.

Djokovic is getting creative during his time at home

Rafael Nadal launched the #NuestraMejorVictoria (Our Best Victory) campaign with six-time NBA All-Star champion Pau Gasol in order to raise funds in the fight against COVID-19.

Stefanos Tsitsipas helped launch a free workout program for his fans to stay in shape while staying at home.

All of Stan Wawrinka's alter egos are finding ways to keep up their workout routines.

Yoshihito Nishioka is passing the time with a traditional Japanese toy known as a kendama.

Diego Schwartzman is staying on top of his off-court training.

Gael Monfils took time to celebrate Wawrinka's 35th birthday.

Jamie Murray gave his fans a sample workout that can be done at home and without equipment.

[TENNIS AT HOME]