The world No. 45 is keeping busy at home with workouts, walks and his newborn son. (Getty)

"That's the one good part in this, for me, is that I get to be home with my little newborn son."

Sam Querrey joins the show this week alongside co-hosts Nina Pantic and Irina Falconi to talk fatherhood during the corona virus pandemic. Querrey and his wife Abby Dixon welcomed their first child, Ford Austin, on Feb. 19.

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The world No. 45 has adapted quickly to staying in shape while at home (Peloton, Mirror workouts and walks with his new family). He's also staying busy as a member of the ATP Council, which is navigating a period of unprecedented confusion.

The 2017 Wimbledon semifinalist reacts to the cancellation of the grass-court Grand Slam, which has been his best major during his career.

"I'd rather go play and lose first round and lose all [360] points and just be able to play Wimbledon," the 2019 quarterfinalist said. "To miss it is worse than to worry about defending points."

He reflects on some of his biggest wins (Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal). And the 32-year-old explains why the Olympics moving to 2021 doesn't affect him, while he remains hopefully for a 2020 World TeamTennis season.

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