Across the country, Australians are getting creative with how they play tennis while isolating at home.
Social distancing and isolation does not mean tennis has to stop.
There are many different ways to keep playing, as our newly-launched #HomeCourtTennis program demonstrates.
Need some further inspiration on how to play at home? Take a look at these #HomeCourtTennis experiences …
A brick wall can become your most challenging opponent:
A trampoline doesn’t miss a ball either:
Training tools are perfect for playing at home too:
Some children are rallying with their parents in the backyard:
Chairs are becoming tennis net posts:
Sometimes with children in them:
Drive ways are proving popular places to play:
A balcony can make a great court too:
Tennis balls have many uses:
And finally, you can even have fun with only a ball of paper and a saucepan …
How are you playing tennis in isolation? Share your home tennis experiences on social media using the hashtag #HomeCourtTennis