Tennis Players Looking for Alternate Employment While Tour Shuts Down



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Tennis Players Looking for Alternate Employment While Tour Shuts Down

With the tennis circuit being shut down for the next few weeks at least and no confirmation as to when the tournaments will resume due to the COVID-19 outbreak, several players have taken to social media offerng their services as coaches or for providing lessons during the time out.

Australia's Alex de Minaur posted on his Instagram saying, "Yep I’ve lost it!!!! 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️😈😈 #jobhunting" while American Sachia Vickery said she was looking for some tennis related work and posted her tennis resume on her Instagram account.

Yep I’ve lost it!!!! 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️😈😈 #jobhunting

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#2020 vibes 😂😂😂 career high ranking 73 (serious inquires only ) March 16-April 20 hit me up at [email protected] for more info .

#corona #satanyouwin

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British tennis player Jonny O' Mara was offering tennis lessons on Twitter and American Coco Vandeweghe was wondering what to do for the next few months.

American Noah Rubin was also offering tennis lessons in New York.