Every week, dozens of tennis players from around the world post on their social media. From funny videos to training updates, there are simply too many accounts to keep track of. That's why we do the work for you by selecting the best posts from across the world of tennis.

Welcome to the Social Slice:


Sergiy Stakhovsky

Retired Ukrainian player, Sergiy Stakhovsky shared his support for the Ukranian defense currently fighting back against the Russia. Translated into English, the post reads: "I am proud of Ukraine defense. I am proud of the National Guard of Ukraine...believe in our military. Believe in our indestructibility. Glory to Ukraine."

The former world No. 31 also made a statement on Saturday, announcing that he will return to Ukraine and fight against Russia to defend his family who are still inside of the country.

Elina Svitolina

The top WTA player from Ukraine showed support on Instagram. Posting a video, Svitolina showed off the beautiful locations of Ukraine, expressing what will be lost if Russia continues its forceful assault. The world No. 15 began the video with an exclamation, "No War in Ukraine" which seems to be the rallying cry from players around the world.


Andrey Rublev

Speaking of a rallying cry, only moments after reaching the final in Dubai, the Russian made a clear statement by writing: "No War Please" on the camera after the match. The moment reverberated across social media, becoming one of the most talked about sports moments across news outlets the last week.

This comes one week after Rublev won the Open 13 doubles title alongside Ukrainian Denys Molchanov. He's currently riding a nine-match winning streak after defeating qualifier Jiri Vesely in straight sets to pick up Dubai's ATP 500 title on Saturday.


Dayana Yastremska

Yastremska and her sister recently left Ukraine. The 21-year-old posted previously on Instagram, sharing that her parents forced herself and her younger sister out of the country, escaping to Romania. The parents watched from the shore as a ferry carried the sisters to safety.