OK, the tennis world has officially lost it, but at least everyone's creativity and competitive spirit hasn't been curtailed by global disaster. All over the world, player are stuck in their homes and finding new ways to compete, like with the #toiletpaperchallenge.
In Tennis Channel's collection of clips, Sebastian Korda won with 28, followed by Andrey Rublev and Sara Errani with 19, Diego Schwartzman with 13 and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova with 10. The other participants were Ons Jabeur, Roberto Bautista Agut, Alex De Minaur and Barbora Strycova.
The challenge is to keep a toilet paper roll in the air for as long as possible, using limbs or racquet. But that's far from all who are taking up the challenge with many more players keeping their toilet paper jumping.
Here's Karen Khachanov with 18:
10 days without tennis???? Time for challenges! Next up are @stanwawrinka85, @medwed33, @flymonkeyrus and my football friends @cheryshev90, @smolovfedor_10, @artem.dzyuba! #StayAtHomeChallenge ???? #20touchChallenge 10 дней без тенниса???? Принял эстафету от @andreyrublev! Следующие: @stanwawrinka85, @medwed33, @flymonkeyrus и мои футбольные друзья @cheryshev90, @smolovfedor_10, @artem.dzyuba!
Katerina Siniakova with six:
Alize Cornet ended her 11-hit submission with a bang.
Heather Watson added a partner for good measure:
And Daria Gavrilova with a very good question, given that some stores are experiencing toilet paper shortages.