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Puig, Mertens and more take comfort from their pets
Published Mar 19, 2020
Players are at home taking comfort during these chaotic times by spending time with their pets. In a normal season, most pros don't travel with their dogs, especially if they're not travel-sized. And they don't spend many weeks at home, cuddling with their canines... until now.
There's Elise Mertens and her workout buddy.
Laura Robson and two cuddly puppies.
Kristie Ahn is also juggling two dogs.
Monica Puig is very close with her dogs Rio and Luna.
Daria Gavrilova's dog Tofu is basically famous.
Katerina Siniakova might not have a dog, but she's got the next best thing.
Tommy Robredo has gone bigger by getting close with a horse.
And Katie Boulter is getting creative in her hunt for pet contact, while also trying to stay active.
Stay home, stay safe, and stay with your pets, seems to be the resounding message.
Check out the latest episode of the TENNIS.com Podcast, on cancellations, coronavirus and confusion: