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So yeah, they say life on the ATP/WTA tour is notoriously grueling: the constant travel, the intense workouts and matches, the pressure of a televised career. But by the looks of it on Instagram, our favorite tennis pros aren’t suffering much this week. Think beach vacations, cuddles with koalas, excursions in the mountains and – for the men, anyway – lots of opportunities to suit up.
African safaris, beach weddings and epic ATP selfies – our favorite off-duty tennis stars kept us very entertained on the ‘gram this week.
The off season has arrived and our favorite pros have kicked off their tennis shoes and embraced the good life: Barbadian sunset cruises, celeb-filled dinners and glamorous nights on the town everywhere from Rome to Shenzhen to Paris.
Tennis fans, rejoice! The fourth and final grand slam of 2019, the US Open, is just around the corner. From August 26-Sept 8, New York will buzz with tennis energy. Aside from being the easiest slam for Americans to watch and attend, the tournament attracts a huge audience thanks to its festival-style atmosphere, notoriously vocal spectators and, of course, the nail-biting battles between the sport’s very best players.
Yes, getting in shape after giving birth is hard, but luckily it’s not impossible. Just look at tennis. The WTA tour has some big-name moms – Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and past tennis greats like Kim Clijsters, Margaret Court and Evonne Goolagong Cawley. These women are living proof that motherhood and fitness aren’t mutually exclusive. So whether your goal is to get back into pro form or just to fit into your pre-pregnancy tennis whites, here are our top tips to get your tennis groove back after becoming a mom