Coronavirus latest: How sports stars passed the time on Wednesday, April 1

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were likewise in the gym.

    The coronavirus pandemic has actually put a stop to the world’s sporting action and left players and professional athletes throughout the world with lots of time on their hands.

    Here, the PA news company takes a look at what a few of them got up to on Wednesday.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent out a difficulty to former Manchester United team- mate Paul Pogba


    — Zlatan Ibrahimović (@Ibra_official) April 1, 2020

    Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo was remaining active, while Barcelona forward Lionel Messi was revealing his child how it is done.

    Real Madrid midfielder Lucas Vazquez was utilizing the downtime to enhance his ball abilities.

    A post shared by Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) on Apr 1, 2020 at 1: 19 am PDT

    Former England batsman Rob Key has some work to do on his golf swing …

    Attempting the pump drill

    — Rob Key (@robkey612) April 1, 2020

    Barcelona striker Luis Suarez was having some family time.

    Juntos vamos a salir papi ❤ #lauti #YoMeQuedoEnCasa #momentosunicos

    — Luis Suarez (@LuisSuarez9) April 1, 2020

    England paceman Jofra Archer went out for a walk on his 25 th birthday.

    Tennis player Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova was cooling in her homeland.

    April 1st in Russia ❄ nojokes it keeps improving state of mind. #QuarantineLife J7fX7r

    — Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (@NastiaPav) April 1, 2020

    It appears Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira is magic.

    Yorkshire bowler Ben Coad got 13 miles under his belt.

    First half marathon finished today. #running #halfmarathon

    — Ben Coad (@BenCoad10) April 1, 2020

    Somerset seamer Jack Brooks was taking on team- mate Steven Davies at virtual snooker.

    Ffs @SteveDavies43 I can’t beat you on the real baize or virtual version … #Snooker #isolating I02 bhCbqzh

    — Jack Brooks (@BrooksyFerret) April 1, 2020

    There was an uncommon peek of live sport as 5 leading darts players staged a competition from each of their own houses.

    LIVE DARTS!Devon Petersen, Chris Dobey, Matt Edgar, Luke Humphries and Ted Evetts fight it out from their houses!

    — PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) April 1, 2020

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