Las Vegas is having fun despite a tough season that's seen them go 4-9. (Ryan Loco)

In times like these, no matter what the world throws at you, sometimes you have to just dance through it.

And Monica Puig did just that on the Vegas Rollers' bench at their Monday World TeamTennis match versus the Springfield Lasers, fully getting into the music when the DJ played Marc Anthony's "Vivir Mi Vida":

It's hard to be against to Puig's enthusiasm, but one player who at least feigned disturbance was the opposing team's Mitchell Krueger, who was taking on Sam Querrey in singles. 

Querrey would win that set for the Rollers in a tiebreak, but what ultimately mattered was Krueger coming through to secure the Lasers' win in Extended Play, 24-19. 

Puig, who's been using this swing of exhibitions to make some final adjustments on the comeback trail from an elbow injury, played mixed doubles and women's doubles for the Rollers on Monday—she and her teammates fell short 3-5 in both of those sets. 

Out of playoff contention with a 4-9 record, the Rollers will play their final regular-season match against the Washington Kastles on Wednesday. 

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