Pablo Cuevas, the most viral inmate of the Australian Open

The Uruguayan tennis player relays his isolation through Instagram. He does everything in the room, from training to sleeping in his arms to a case of beers.

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Looking at Pablo Cuevas' Instagram these days, one might think that he has lost his mind. The Uruguayan tennis player is being the most viral among those who are confined by the organizers of the Australian Open. From his room in a Melbourne hotel he broadcasts the day to day, and he has already left some hilarious moment.

In about a week he has done everything and has shown it through Instagram: pretending to surf, imitating a stockbroker, sunbathing at the window, going on a spree, falling asleep hugging a box of beers and even having the room as if it were an intensive care unit.

Cuevas, 35, is currently ranked 70th in the ranking and is preparing to play, if he does not completely lose the oremus before, his ninth Australian Open. So far his cap is the second round, which he has reached three times.



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