June 2020 has been a crazy month for tennis fans.
A month that, in normal times, would get underway with the conclusion of the French Open before ending with Wimbledon, has obviously had neither of these on-court blockbusters, but a smorgasbord of off-court "entertainment" for those at home.
As mentioned in my colleague's The Shaw Thing column earlier this week (a cracking read, even if I'm contractually obliged to say so), Nick Kyrgios has become the voice of reason in June.
Calling out Novak Djokovic for his self-promoted Adria Tour, which has since turned into a coronavirus frenzy with players, partners and support staff infected, the Australian gathered supporter momentum.
Thankfully, this was virtually, unlike Djokovic's tournament, which saw thousands of fans ignore social distancing restrictions and gather in Serbia, a country with only 7.8 million people and almost double the amount of cases than Australia.
Perhaps Djokovic should have viewed Nintendo's 2006 classic Wii Sports (the perfect working from home cure by the way) as advice on socially-distant crowds as they seem to have that figured out.
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Anyway, Kyrgios has wisely spent the time off tennis in Canberra, training when allowed and on Monday delivered yet another social media serve, this time aimed at Alexander Zverev.
Pledging to self isolate after Djokovic's failed experiment, the German was seen partying without a mask and surrounded by others.
This sent Kyrgios wild, with the Australian baking Zverev in a sweary Instagram story, interestingly while seemingly driving.
"So I wake up and I see more controversial things happening all over the world but one that stuck out to me was seeing 'Sasha' Zverev again man, again, how selfish can you be?" he said.
"I mean if you have the audacity to ******* put out a tweet that you made your management write on your behalf saying that you're going to self-isolate for 14 days and apologising to ******* general public about putting their health at risk, at least have the audacity to stay inside for 14 days.
"My god, have your girlfriend with you for ******* 14 days. Jesus man, this is ******* me off.
"This tennis world is ******* me off, seriously how selfish can y'all get?"
While disturbingly, the US Open is still scheduled for the last week of August, both Australia and the UK have taken the first positive steps to an elite return.
Australia returned with three separate universal tennis rating tournaments over the weekend while the UK smacked out a "Battle of the Brits" event last week.
Co-organised by Jamie Murray, the event saw Britain's top talent face off while being streamed on Amazon Prime, another tick for the working from home box.
I wonder if July will be as interesting for the tennis faithful.
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