If you've ever wondered what broadcasters do at tournaments in between matches, Prakash Amritraj has you covered. The former pro turned global correspondent gave everyone a look behind the scenes during his time reporting on the Paris Masters.
When you're in a city as beautiful as Paris, you have to take in the sights. Amritraj headed to the most famous of Parisian monuments, the Eiffel Tower, looking sharp in the brisk French weather.
Amritraj did a little bit of everything in Paris, from interviews with the world's best players to exploring the city and, of course, working out.
Last day of a great week productive week here in Paris. Long filming days but we still find enough time to chase all of our goals. The best thing you can do for yourself is set your goals so damn big and out of reach that it forces you to grow in order to reach them - then repeat - but even bigger the next time. A major key to this kind of achievement and growth is one of the pillars of the #WhatsYourCode mentality that I’ve found in all of the people I admire. It’s one that I strive my hardest to embody & earn the right to wear on my chest every single day - #Discipline ... Prioritize the pillars and traits of your Code; the rest will fall into place... I promise ✊????.
At the end of the week, Novak Djokovic was crowned the champion after defeating Denis Shapovalov in the final. Amritraj next headed to Milan for the Next Gen ATP Finals before reuniting with Djokovic in London.