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Taste of Tennis cooks on with online sessions
Published May 06, 2020
Citi Taste of Tennis has long been a must-attend event at some of the biggest tournaments on the tour. With the rest of the 2020 season in doubt, CEO Penny Lerner and her stacked rolodex of talent have adapted to the quarantine times to bring the taste to your screen with #WhatsInUrKitchen live streams.
Mike and Bob Bryan, Donna Vekic, Shelby Rogers and more pros are sharing their best recipes, while having a blast and wearing some of those signature Taste aprons.
Vekic has been cooking up a storm on her own Instagram, and she went with one of the most popular recipes during quarantine: banana bread.
Every day, the Taste of Tennis Instagram will feature tennis pros as well as celebrity chefs, along with their spouses, siblings or roommates. Some of the upcoming players include Sam Querrey, John Isner, Denis Kudla and Sofia Kenin.
The Taste's second event of 2020 was scheduled for Indian Wells, but was cancelled along with the tournament. Their popular culinary events usually have stops in Melbourne, Miami, Indian Wells, Washington and New York.