Tweets of the Week: Indian Wells Follies

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Few seemed to keep it together better in the California desert than did Roger Federer (of course), who featured himself and countryman Stanislas Wawrinka in another patented all-Swiss selfie.

Aside from that, Grigor Dimitrov flailed about on court, as is his wont, while Gael Monfils, Camila Giorgi, and Maria Sharapova stacked up the unforced errors at will. Oh, and one male fan of Flavia Pennetta takes his affinity for the 2014 BNP Paribas Open champion to a new level.

It's all here—but please, do share, what's your favorite tennis-centric tweet of the past week? Sound off below.

 

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