SPORTS stars, local and those on the world stage, are compulsive by nature.
Most struggle to sit still for five minutes. Any longer is a nightmare. Fourteen days in isolation ... well anything could happen ....
The COVID-19 pandemic has gripped the world. Hundreds of thousands have been infected, thousands have lost their lives and millions of people have lost their jobs or had wages cut.
The best way to help stop the spread is to self isolate and practice social distancing.
The sports world has not been immune to the devastating disease. The majority of professional sports have been suspended.
Many of sports biggest stars have been self isolating other have been forced to train on their own.
How do they cope? Here is what some of the Hunters leading sports people have been up to.
For Some like Dimi Petratos, who share a town house with his wife and two kids as well as rest of the Petratos clan, space is at a premium but it hasn't stopped him from working on his touch and ball skills.
Champion tennis player Roger Federer has been fine tuning his trick shot against a wall in the snow in Switzerland.
Emily van Egmond has enlisted her father, former Jets A-league championship winning coach Garry, to assist the Matilda in training.
Swans star Isaac Heeney has been enjoying down time back on the family farm, surfing behind a tinny in a small dam.
James Nitties has been providing golf tips on twitter, while the Knights have been conducting gym sessions at home and spreading the 'good message about the importance of washing hands and hygiene.
Former Wallaby Quade Cooper took on his infant nephew in the front yard.
Then there is Steph Curry. Not content being one of the best basketballers on the planet, the Golden State Warriors sharp-shooter is also handy with a pitching wedge.
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