Tweets of the Week: Extreme Heat & Much More

by: Jonathan Scott January 20, 2014

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The first week at the season's opening Grand Slam tournament made for an embarrassment of rich posts. Many visuals exposed the event's fluctuating weather and responses to it, from passing out to frying eggs. Blazing, dry heat gave way to rain and lightning. Suffice it to say, some like it hot—until they don't. 

There was also the advent of a great doubles pairing and hashtag: #RisKeys. The blending of Madison Keys and Alison Riske made for the Spin's favorite merging for a doubles team since Andy Roddick and Mardy Fish comprised "Fish 'n' Rod. 

Without further ado, here's Part I of II, with more to come in the wake of the finals. (And do share your own favorite tweet of this major to date in the comments below.)

 

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