The Break is back with its second episode, this time featuring host Johnny Rey Diaz. The weekly show will cover all of the biggest off-court stories in tennis.
Here are the buzzy-worthy stories you need to be caught up on:
Roger Federer mades history as the first tennis player to top the Forbes highest-paid athletes list with 106.3 million.
Racquets Down, Hands Up
Frances Tiafoe and his girlfriend Ayan Broomfield led a video featuring the message "racquets down, hands up" with many other ATP and WTA players to speak out against racial injustice.
Federer and Petra Kvitova are just some players who have expressed unhappiness at the increasing possibility of playing in front of empty stadiums. What do you think?
This week's "Tennis at Home" highlighted Finley, a talented six-year-old golden retriever. He can hold six tennis balls in his mouth, which makes the canine the world record holder and a very good boy.
Stay tuned for more from The Break in the weeks to come.