Tsonga's Training, Khachanov's Challenge: Best Social Media Posts Of The Week
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 bold vow to Karen Khachanov's unique challenge, find out how the biggest names in tennis are keeping active.
Novak Djokovic is spending time with his family and encouraged his social media followers to stay at home.
Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) March 22, 2020
Rafael Nadal thanked those on the frontlines of combatting COVID-19 and encouraged those who are suffering from it.
Quería compartir con todos vosotros un mensaje de apoyo en estos momentos tan difíciles en todo el mundo. #YoMeQuedoEnCasa #tuttoandràbene #JeResteALaMaison #StayAtHome #WeWillWinTogether #ánimo pic.twitter.com/RuqZRjwp3W— Rafa Nadal (@RafaelNadal) March 21, 2020
Fabio Fognini gave himself a new look.
Fabio Fognini (@fabiofogna) March 22, 2020
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vowed to return stronger than ever when he steps back on court.
We don’t know when we will be back on court ... but still focus on the way to come back stronger ... 👊🏽— Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (@tsonga7) March 19, 2020
Ça bosse (à la maison) ! 🏋🏽
Prenez soin de vous et restez chez vous ! 🙏🏽😘#TsongaTeam #TennisAtHome #StayHome #RESTEZCHEZVOUS pic.twitter.com/DFwutFZ1M3
Roberto Bautista Agut is finding ways to stay on top of his fitness from the comfort of home.
Diego Schwartzman is ramping up his cardio and strength training sessions.
No gym access? John Millman found a unique substitute for dumbbells.
Gael Monfils won't skip leg day under any circumstances.
Karen Khachanov took the 20-Touch Challenge, but isn't quite there yet.
Karen Khachanov (@karenkhachanov) March 22, 2020
Hubert Hurkacz is still learning how to navigate smaller spaces.
Hubert Hurkacz (@HubertHurkacz) March 21, 2020
Alex de Minaur made a new friend at home.
Stan Wawrinka is finding unique ways to keep romance in his life.