Social round-up: Miami fun and honest reflections
What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date ...
Many of Australia’s top-ranked players have been competing in Miami this week, which is where we begin the latest social round-up …
Ash Barty has made a winning return to the tour, advancing to the semifinals at the Miami Open:
A career-first top-20 win in Miami gave James Duckworth a big reason to smile:
Storm Sanders enjoyed her time in Miami too, making the second round in singles and doubles:
Thanasi Kokkinakis also impressed, qualifying then recording his first ATP Masters 1000 main draw win in three years:
Meanwhile, Matt Ebden is in Italy preparing for the clay-court season:
— Matt Ebden (@mattebden) March 27, 2021
Back home in Australia, Dylan Alcott had his first COVID vaccination:
Feel extremely lucky to receive my first dose of the covid vax today, as I fall in the 1b rollout due to my disability. Shoutout to the frontline workers who have been busting their backside to keep us safe.
Also for all the anti-vaxxers, I can actually now walk. Do recommend 👌🏼 pic.twitter.com/X90L11J4iW
— Dylan Alcott (@DylanAlcott) March 30, 2021
Alex Bolt made a new friend:
Todd Woodbridge is excited to see tennis events returning across the country:
— Todd Woodbridge (@toddwoodbridge) March 31, 2021
Lleyton Hewitt and son Cruz are working hard on the practice court:
And finally, an honest and reflective Nick Kyrgios is just trying to be himself:
The court is calling! Join in the fun, hire a court today and take advantage of the many healthy benefits of tennis.