Social media's best bits: Archery indoors to handstands

Joe Kovacs of the United States competes during the Men's Shot Put Final at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Joe Kovacs of the United States competes during the Men's Shot Put Final at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

Every week, Tokyo 2020 will bring you the best sport posts from the social media world. This week, take a look at how athletes are keeping fit and returning to training.

Battle of the Brits 🎾

The Battle of the Brits, which was co-organised by Jamie Murray saw Great Britain’s top-ranked male tennis players Dan Evans, Kyle Edmund and Andy Murray raise funds for NHS Charities Together.

The tournament marked the return of elite level tennis in the UK.

Dan Evans, who won the singles competition with a straight sets victory (6-3 6-2), said: "All the players have loved it. It's been a long week and a great week to finish and hopefully we can do it all again."

New Team USA gymnast? 🤸‍♂️

Reigning shot put World Champion Joe Kovacs showed his flexibility and form.

Could the USA Men's artistic gymnastics team have a new team member for Tokyo 2020?

Lay out or lay outs?

Even if there's temptation to be outside, Morgan Hurd has chosen to stay indoors to command the parallel bars and nail her solid landing.

World Handstand Day

Retired Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci may just score another 10.0 with this handstand which she did on 27 June for International Handstand day, the most inverted day of the year.

Swimming, basketball and table tennis? 🏓

British athlete Megan Shackleton - who had been quite active in swimming and wheelchair basketball - is back in training with her real love: table tennis. Shackleton says she has chosen this racket sport because it is more about 'your ability'.

The athlete, who missed out on Rio, is now gearing up to qualify for Tokyo 2020.

Archery inside 🏹

Parents say to never play sport inside but what about archery? Does that count?

Well para archer Fabiola Dergovics won't stop her Road to Tokyo 2020 as she trains from her home in Brazil.

Back hitting 🏑

Japanese hockey player YAMASAKI Koji was back to training this week.

In a post to Instagram, the 2018 Asian Games gold medallist said: "Thank you for being able to practice normally and the environment. Cherish the present. Believe in yourself."

Like mother, like daughter

Okay it can't get much cuter than this!

Serena Williams may have a new doubles partner in two-year-old daughter Olympia. The tennis star share this adorable photo on Thursday featuring the mother and daughter wearing matching bodysuits.

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Check out The Lowdown for more of the best posts from the past week: