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Social round-up: Aussie stars working up a sweat

What have Australia’s top-ranked players been up to? We’ve collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date …

Australia, 19 August 2021 | tennis.com.au

We begin this week’s social round-up with Jordan Thompson and Nick Kyrgios, who have been working up a sweat on the practice court in Florida:

Seone Mendez is in career-best form – and doing it in style too. The 22-year-old recently made her first tour-level quarterfinal and has improved her ranking to a new high of world No.224:

Luke Saville is at a new career-high ranking too, rising to world No.27 after reaching the Canadian Open doubles quarterfinals:

> READ: Saville, Duckworth set new career-high rankings

Storm Sanders and Max Purcell are excited to receive US Open wildcards:

Meanwhile, Dylan Alcott is counting down to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games:

A disappointed Priscilla Hon shared an injury update:

Todd Woodbridge is keeping busy in another Melbourne lockdown:

And ICYMI, Nick Kyrgios made a cameo appearance on #TheVoiceAU this week. But it was his older sister, Halimah, who stole the spotlight:

Don’t forget … the court is calling! Join in the fun, hire a court today and take advantage of the many healthy benefits of a great socially-distanced sport.

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