Former World No.1 Victoria Azarenka is the latest WTA Tour star to step up to play her role in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The two-time Australian Open champion is focusing her efforts on helping ordinary members of the Florida community whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the outbreak, and is auctioning a pair of autographed custom tennis shoes this month, with bids ending on 25 April. Proceeds will go to the United Way of Miami-Dade's Miami Pandemic Response Fund, which aims to address short-term impacts on working families with emergency needs, including rent and mortgage assistance, food, medication and utilities, and micro-grants for small businesses.

Elsewhere, players are focusing on ways to stay positive amidst lockdown and uncertainty. Mihaela Buzarnescu, who has endured more than her share of injuries over the course of her career, has reminded herself of all she has overcome so far.

Meanwhile, Mandy Minella has been heartened by watching two-year-old daughter Emma Lina's happiness.

Martina Hingis is also enjoying motherhood while in lockdown. The five-time Grand Slam champion famously began playing tennis as soon as she could hold a racquet under the tutelage of mother Melanie Molitor - and Hingis is keeping the tradition alive by getting one-year-old daughter Lia started on her volley technique.

Others are doing what they can under lockdown rules to keep their spirits high. Kirsten Flipkens took the opportunity for an epic bike ride, Sloane Stephens and fiancé Jozy Altidore have been going for weekend drives, Danka Kovinic took in the Montenegrin scenery and Johanna Konta showed off her fashionista side on her daily permitted outing.

Of course, fitness hasn't been forgotten. British No.12 Maia Lumsden even found the space for a makeshift tennis match with brother Ewen, complete with a wheelie bin as an umpire chair and a ball dog.

Viktoria Kuzmova is among those pivoting to new ways to work out, with the Slovak No.1 getting her garden in order at the same time. Meanwhile, Storm Sanders compiled Australian players' lockdown exercises into one video as a way to be united at home, while Ashleigh Barty took the volley challenge to a new level.