"Doesn't have to be good, does it?" asked Kyle Edmund, who was tasked with drawing a two-minute self-portrait for the ATP. 

In the end, it wasn't good, but neither were the drawings of most of the players who participated. Still, the whole thing was really entertaining, and really telling. 

The funniest of the drawings belonged to American Ernesto Escobedo. 

"I look like a clown," he said. "Like, seriously, I look so bad."

Vasek Pospisil may have created the best one. "I'm trying to look like a have a six-pack," he said of his much more flattering picture. 

The most positive artist in the room was David Goffin, who was particularly proud of his blond hair. 

"I think if you can ask anybody on the tour, they will say that's David Goffin," he said.  

The ATP calendar is set to ramp back up on the hard courts, with Atlanta this week, the Citi Open next week, followed by Toronto and Cincinnati.