WATCH: Serena Williams Losing Mental Battle Against Quarantine

Published 03/21/2020, 3:20 PM EDT


Tennis players are all having to get used to sitting at home with no tennis to play. The WTA, ATP and WTA Tours are all under suspension until June 7. Most players are undergoing quarantine at their respective homes. Serena Williams is entangled in a comical mental battle against the quarantine.

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Williams is possibly one of the busiest women on the planet. When she isn’t practicing or playing tennis, she is usually busy with her off-court commitments, be it her baby girl, her fashion line or something else.

Is Serena Williams losing it?

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The one thing Serena Williams is not used to is staying at home with pretty much nothing to do. What happens when an extensively busy person like Serena has to drop everything and do nothing for a few days?

Something hilarious, that’s what. Check it out for yourself. With just a few days into the Tour suspension, Williams is already struggling, and we are loving it!

Turns out, Serena is just as entertaining during quarantine as she is on the tennis courts.

As an added bonus, you can also watch Alex de Minaur losing his bonkers within 2 days of staying home. You can read all about it here.

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Moreover, we also get to check out Coco Gauff and Naomi Osaka’s dance moves as they entertain us through these trying times.

Social Distancing is absolutely necessary in order to combat the spread of the COVID-19 disease. It is vital we all avoid any social gatherings or contact.

If you are bored staying at home too, you will also get some ideas to pass the time from Minaur or other players trying their hand (or feet) at challenges.

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The Tour is scheduled to resume in June, during the grass-swing of the season. However, it is possible that the suspension period could be extended. It all depends on the situation on the coronavirus front in June.

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