Clay court King just slay on the first day of virtual Madrid season, despite his fake injury. Many players get froze also while the season. As the professional tennis tours have been paused for the coronavirus pandemic, the virtual season has been started to entertain the tennis lover.
Thirty-two best players around the world have swapped their rackets with the Playstation controllers. The virtual event has been organised for 4 days, and it has been designed to offer players and fans some real-life action amid lockdown.
Nadal has shared his love for a computer game in his Instagram chat with Andy Murray last week. But in the tournament, it was an amazing fingerwork to beat the young Canadian player Denis Shapovalov in a digital match.
It was an amazing experience to move with action virtually on the court according to the players. It helps to release the stress also. In this biological crisis, people need to relax at such pace.