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Cuevas goes crazy in Aussie Open quarantine
Published Jan 21, 2021
All of the drama aside, some players in 14-day quarantine in Australia have produced some fantastic entertainment. World No. 70 Pablo Cuevas has risen above his peers as one of the best creators thanks his amusing content.
The Uruguayan may not be able to hit the practice courts outdoors, but he isn't complaining. Instead, he brought the court to him by swinging away against his mattress (he was one of the very first to do this):
His hotel mattress is more than a bed and more than a wall: When he's not crushing one-hand backhands, the 35-year-old is catching waves.
Who said you can't have fun all by yourself? On Day 6, Cuevas pulled out a beer and threw himself a one-of-a-kind dance party.
It's not all play for Cuevas though as he's been taking business calls, and giving out all the latest stock market trends to his followers. He pretended to be a stockbroker in his recent Instagram story, explaining that Australian Open shares are down at the moment, but it could change once the tournament kicks off.
He also recommends looking into Lacoste and Head stocks, which is not surprising considering he is sponsored by both brands.
Please someone give this guy a quarantine Emmy.