The WTA stars continued their unexpected sabbatical, looking for ways to stay positive - to borrow a phrase from former World No.1 Simona Halep.

Halep checked in with fans on Instagram on Tuesday to show off something that sparks particular joy: the racquet that helped her win Wimbledon.

The Romanian had the frame, well, framed, so that it - along with a photo of her holding the famous Venus Rosewater Dish - may occupy a special place in her home. 

"It's a great thing to see every time I step into this room," she says on the video.

Fellow former World No.1 Serena Williams, who played Halep in last year's Wimbledon final, is also trying to keep quarantine fun, dressing up with daughter Alexis Olympia and making videos with husband Alexis Ohanian.

Victoria Azarenka is having family fun of her own, letting son Leo join in on a TikTok dance.

While Halep, Williams, and Azarenka are staying indoors, former Australian Open semifinalist Elise Mertens has made a venture outside to take in a light practice against a formidable opponent.

"When I was younger I used to play against the wall a lot of times," she writes in the caption, "15-20 years later I still hit against the same wall. Still have the same passion since then!"

Meanwhile, retirement hasn't stunted former World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki's passion for fitness. The 2018 Australian Open champion is inviting fans to join her for live workouts posted on Instagram.

Sorana Cirstea is also doing what she can to lift spirits, donating medical supplies to her local hospital.

Finally, it all comes back to Kristie Ahn, Queen of TikTok. In her latest entry, the American gives a shoutout to reigning US Open champion Bianca Andreescu with a little help from Pirates of the Caribbean. 

Andreescu, who famously wears a hair tie on her right arm, retweeted the spoof her endorsement: "It looks good on you!"