Tsitsipas' Fashion, Murray's Hitting: Tennis At Home Roundup

  • Posted: May 12, 2020

Tsitsipas’ Fashion, Murray’s Hitting: Tennis At Home Roundup

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

Your favourite players are all at home, but they’re finding plenty of ways to pass the time. From Stefanos Tsitsipas showing off his fashionista side, to Andy Murray’s backboard hitting session, find out how the world’s best players are keeping busy.

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Tsitsipas broke out his old school tracksuit.

 

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Combine good weather with retro attire, just for a change. #RetroAesthetic #Fashionista #OldSchool

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Murray left his neighbours an unexpected present with his errant backhand.

Mike Bryan honoured his wife, Nadia, as she celebrated her first Mother’s Day.

 

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This is one amazingly strong and awesome woman! I’m proud and honored to be your husband. Baby Jake definitely hit the jackpot in the Momma department ! #supermom #happymothersday

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Frances Tiafoe paid tribute to his mother, Alphina.

 

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Happy Mother’s Day @k.alphina thank you for everything u do for me and @k1ng_2._0. Forever grateful for you. #fromthegutter #famfirst #godspeed🙏🏿🙏🏿

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Dominic Thiem hit the track with his brother, Moritz.

 

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weekends on the track

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Fabio Fognini started his week by taking care of business.

Diego Schwartzman enjoyed some quality time with his dog.

 

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Ziggy ❤️ ph: @eugedemartino

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Leander Paes took time to answer fan questions.

Edouard Roger-Vasselin proved that you don’t always need an opponent to play a grueling point.

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