Social round-up: Aussie stars inspiring the next generation
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 ...
We begin this week’s social round-up with some generous Aussie players, who have been spending time with the stars of tomorrow …
Matthew Ebden, who is currently ranked at a career-high No.57 in doubles, joined the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Racquet Roadshow to distribute racquets at Western Australia primary schools:
World No.1 quad wheelchair singles player Dylan Alcott made many kids smile at a come-and-try day in Melbourne:
Meanwhile, Ash Barty has shared some incredible insights into her journey and 2021 accomplishments:
An exclusive column from @ashbarty, who is walking humbly in the footsteps of tennis icons.
She's shared some incredible experiences with her fellow world No.1s. Visiting Steffi Graf at age 14 … and a brutal first clash with Serena Williams.https://t.co/bg5mXCcfz9
— CODE (@codesportsau) November 16, 2021
The always-entertaining Daria Gavrilova shared some insights of her own, with a vlog on Australian team preparations at the Billie Jean King Cup:
— Daria Gavrilova (@Daria_gav) November 15, 2021
Ash Barty is proudly celebrating Australia’s rise to world No.1 in the Billie Jean King Cup rankings:
Storm Sanders is nominated for a Billie Jean King Cup Heart Award:
Alexei Popyrin made a new friend on an African getaway:
Maddison Inglis is pumped to be returning home:
Priscilla Hon and Alicia Molik are trying to keep busy in quarantine:
Storm Sanders is recharging on a Victorian getaway:
And ICYMI, there is still time to enter our #WinWithTheWall competition. Here are some of the amazing entries so far:
Don’t forget … the court is calling! Join in the fun, hire a court today and take advantage of the many healthy benefits of a great socially-distanced sport.