A lot of my fans know that I like to take snapshots of different moments of my career. They’re usually of a match, tournament, or anything special that I can carry with me long after I hang up my racquets. They’re just little pictures for me to store away in my memory bank.
The snapshot of our return tennis is definitely going to be interesting. I think a lot of people are going to want to know what life was like when we returned to play. This COVID-19 pandemic has affected a lot of people’s lives and I think we’ll feel the effects for many years after we hopefully get this virus taken care of.
It’s cool and interesting to be a part of this chapter of tennis history, and I wanted to take you inside my experience. So far, it has been really good. Let’s start with actually getting to New York.
Obviously after being in a bubble in Australia for so long, there was a fair bit of stress involved in taking on that big international flight. When you rock up to the airport, there’s a bit of tension in the air. The whole check-in process was a little more thorough. I always look forward to getting to using the lounge, but we weren’t able to do that. It was a different experience, not really what I was expecting.
World news – US – John Millman: Life Inside The US Open Bubble | theunionjournal | The Union Journal