Keeping up with the Brits: #BackToTennis


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With guidelines in England allowing players to get back out on court for the first time since lockdown began, the Brits have been out training again. It’s also been a huge week for birthdays with Andy Murray, Johanna Konta and Heather Watson all celebrating their special days at home and on the court. Monday also marked what would have been British tennis legend Fred Perry's 111th birthday.

Meanwhile, there has been a live chat with a Premier League football star, creative additions to the house and collections of Grand Slam towels. All this and more in the latest edition of ‘Keeping up with the Brits’.


Andy celebrated his birthday by making sushi and with a social distancing tennis session with his brother Jamie at the National Tennis Centre

Harriet and Jack were on hand to lend some tips to those getting on court over the weekend

And other British stars have been getting their first action back on the tennis court

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Coach struggled first day back. She got there in the end tho... #juliediaries

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Missed ya baby 🎾

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Best feeling 🙏🎾

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Heather’s Wednesday workout had a Beyonce twist to it

And Dermot Bailey has been putting in the work at home...

Live chats with British sports stars

Andy got the better of Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford in their career quiz

Johanna caught up with British Snowboarder Aimee Fuller to chat about lockdown life

Elsewhere on social...

Jordanne has been building dens in the house

Paul Jubb gave an insight on his career story to date

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My Story

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And Jamie showed off his impressive collection of Grand Slam tournament towels


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