At Home with Tennis Stars – Episode 3!

At Home with Tennis Stars – Episode 3!

Welcome to another episode of: “Sheltered at Home with Our Favorite Tennis Stars!”

This week we have some of our favorite players again; sending us messages, taking challenges to a new level, working out, and as always – cooking!

We start out with Stefanos Tsitsipas, working out again at home. Check out his innovative planking! As always Tsitsipas shows off some of his crafty editing skills for social media.

Eugenie Bouchard fulfilled fan requests to post more tennis training videos. Nice to see Bouchard motivated and hitting the ball well in practice. Off the court, she seems to enjoy showing off some cartwheels for her friend!

Then we have another Tik Tok challenge – this time Azarenka challenges Svitolina, and Svitolina Accepts! Advantage Svitolina on this challenge. But it’s not all dancing with this Ukranian star, she’s working hard off the court, showing us her work out routines, and even sharing her tandem workout with boyfriend Gael Monfils. This couple takes their workouts seriously.

Novak Djokovic is spending his time home schooling his kids and sharing his amazing artwork with the world. Art from the mind of Novak Djokovic.

Meanwhile, retired tennis players Hantuchova and Agy Radwanska seem to be taking living room tennis and driveway tennis to a new level. Both these ladies were exceptional volleyers on the WTA tour, and guess what? They still got it!

And now on to some cooking!

Check out Rafa Nadal with a beard, cooking up a storm in Mallorca, and providing us with a message to stay strong and motivated during these difficult times.

How about some cookies from newly retired Caroline Wozniacki? Those look delicious.

They wouldn’t be true tennis stars though without a more serious tone.

Dominic Thiem provided some perspective and reinforced the “Stay Home” message. He also says he’s been perfecting his FIFA video game skills.

Finally, we end with Roger Federer announcing that he will be donating one million swiss francs to the people struggling during the crisis in Switzerland. Way to go Federer. TennisPAL salutes you!

Like always, don’t forget to jump on to the TennisPAL app to stay up to date on tennis news, find groups of friends to play with, and get a virtual coach to help with your tennis game!


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