Tennis GOAT Novak Djokovic is enjoying his time playing tennis at home during the coronavirus crisis. Hence, anyone interested in finding happiness in the worst of circumstances should take inspiration from him.
Several countries have imposed lockdowns to control the coronavirus pandemic that has caused destruction across the world. Since people are forced indoors, the phrases “work from home” and “stay at home” have become quite popular.
The tag “Work from home” has approximately 10 million posts on Instagram while “stay at home” has approximately 5 million.
Since people are not used to staying indoors, many are finding it difficult to find activities they enjoy. However, that list does not include Novak Djokovic who is seen playing tennis at home.
Highlights: Staying at Home not that Boring after all:
- Novak Djokovic Playing Tennis using Pans.
- Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Spending Time with Family.
Novak Djokovic Plays Tennis at Home
Every tennis fan knows that there are very few players who are as intelligent and creative as Novak Djokovic on the court. But, this time at home allows Djokovic to show his intelligence and creativity at home.
He has turned his home into a tennis court and is seen playing tennis with pans. Djokovic also posted a video for the same on his Instagram and Twitter handles. Djokovic has captioned the post as “competition never stops,” thereby showcasing his way of staying fit at home.
Moreover, Djokovic highlights in his Instagram post why he is called the “joker”. After he wins the point, he falls to the ground as if he has won a Grand Slam title. Hence, again showcasing his competitiveness in any and every aspect of a game.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Playing Instruments with Son
While Djokovic is spending time at home playing his favorite sport, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is spending quality time with family. As his Instagram post states, he has found a companion in his son, Sugar, to play music. He is seen playing the drums while Sugar is playing the guitar.
Those finding it difficult to “work from home” or just “stay at home,” should take inspiration from their tennis heroes. Such social media posts from Djokovic and Tsonga are crucial in a time of a crisis such as this, as people will find ways to be happy at home.
Furthermore, by staying at home, people will also do others a favour by preventing this catastrophic disease from spreading.