Tennis stars work hard on tour and take their time off quite seriously as well.
Here we look at where tennis stars are known to holiday.
Tennis stars need to use their small windows of time off well and hopefully avoid injuries engaging in risky recreational activities.
Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas
The tennis power couple were recently spotted in Greece with Badosa taking time to make her first visit to her boyfriend’s home country.
“I love Greek culture, it shares so many similarities with Spanish culture,” Badosa said.
“I love everything, I can’t wait to learn more about this culture.”
Tsitsipas was known to enjoy holiday spots in his home country, often sharing snaps from the deck of a boat somewhere in the Aegean.
Djokovic is known to take his opportunities to enjoy a holiday moment in the midst of all his travels but he also has a few choice locations for getaways.
After his loss in the Wimbledon final, Djokovic and his family were spotted on holiday in Dubrovnik in Croatia.
A popular destination for tennis stars is the Maldives and Djokovic is known to visit the secluded islands.
Other destinations that Djokovic is known to have taken holidays to include the Azores and Marbella as it seems he favours sun, sand and blue waters.
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Being a native Mallorcan islander, Rafael Nadal often opts for a staycation of sorts at home in Manacor and the nearby beaches.
Nadal also visited Greece on a recent holiday to the Ionian Islands.
The 22-time Grand Slam champion took his luxury yacht “Beethoven” to Corfu in July.
Nadal has also reportedly visited the private resort island of Kudadoo in the Maldives.
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Frances Tiafoe is seemingly vehemently opposed to visiting the Maldives for a holiday because he fears it will be thick with tennis players.
Instead he has travelled to other destinations, like Turks and Caicos, and also enjoys spending time in his home town of Washington DC.
“I went to Turks and Caicos, actually, with my girlfriend. I had a great time,” Tiafoe told ATP Tour media.
“I didn’t see any tennis players, which was nice.
“Then I was home for a little bit after here. A little bit under the weather a couple days before coming here, so I was just kind of just in bed at the house. I love being home. D.C.’s the best. I don’t go to Maldives Player Lounge, you know what I mean? Everyone goes to the Maldives after the season. I don’t want to see players in my off time. I wasn’t at the Maldives Player Lounge.”
Emma Raducanu is fond of the quick Greek getaway and most recently shared a few snaps from a brief holiday to the country.
You never know where Raducanu will turn up though as she often teases her locations visited with Instagram snaps.
Raducanu and boyfriend Carlo Agostinelli were spotted arm-in-arm at Paris Fashion Week although it seems that was something of a work engagement with the 20-year-old former US Open champion being a brand ambassador for Tiffany.
She has also visited her mother’s home country of China for holidays during her time away from the court injured.
Nick Kyrgios has also had a long injury layoff and has taken a few holidays during that time.
Kyrgios went to the Bahamas with girlfriend Costeen Hatzi before the 2022 US Open.
He has also been spotted with her in Dubai, Paris and other exotic locations.
With Kyrgios eager to be near his parents the couple also holiday within Australia, most recently turning up in Adelaide.