A look at the best in social media from the past week.
Sunday Slice: Caroline Wozniacki “ready for round 2” after announcing pregnancyBy Jun 19, 2022
Barbora Krejcikova surpasses $10 million in career prize money after Indian WellsBy Mar 20, 2023
Carlos Alcaraz gives shelter to ballkid as rain starts pouring in RioBy Feb 22, 2023
Gabriela Sabatini among packed crowd in Buenos Aires to watch Carlos Alcaraz’s comeback matchBy Feb 16, 2023
Tennis Channel Inside-In With Dani Klupenger: From the hardwood to the TC DeskBy Dec 27, 2022
Rafael Nadal wins ATP Fans’ Favorite Award for first time, ending Roger Federer’s streakBy Dec 13, 2022
Felix Auger-Aliassime explores impact of his charity initiative in TogoBy Dec 12, 2022
Elina Svitolina raises over $250K in support of Ukraine with charity gala in MonacoBy Dec 06, 2022
Las Vegas headliners: Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz coming to MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2023By Dec 06, 2022
No sleep till Brooklyn for Roger Federer, courtside at Barclays Center Nets gameBy Dec 05, 2022
Sunday Slice: Caroline Wozniacki “ready for round 2” after announcing pregnancy
In other social media highlights this week, Serena Williams headlined Instagram with news of her return and Matteo Berrettini was the content king following his Queen's Club title defense.
Published Jun 19, 2022
How can we not begin with Serena and her mic drop Instagram post? The 23-time major singles winner turned some heads when she revealed, “SW at SW 19. It’s a date”, tagging Wimbledon and the WTA Eastbourne event along with her team members and sponsors.
A short time later, the grass-court major confirmed Serena had accepted a wild card into the women’s singles draw and it was soon revealed the American would partner Ons Jabeur in Eastbourne to begin her comeback after being away from the court for nearly a year.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
The Spaniard is known for laying it all on the line, which involves his fair share of tumbles and crashes on the court. Fans may have received an insight on where Foki's inspiration, or lack of balance ;), comes from after this hilarious moment from his player box at London Queen’s was the talk of Tennis Twitter.
Gauff used her platform to get the ball rolling for potential Wimbledon mixed doubles suitors. The anticipation of who the 18-year-old thinks she’ll have the most fun with, one of her top criteria in selecting, is building.
No commentary required… Stefanos Tsitsipas tweeting Stefanos Tsitsipas things.
In Berlin, Bencic made her way to the final after a hard-fought victory over Maria Sakkari. The Swiss uploaded a photo on her social media accounts, where followers were free to caption it.
We liked Nicole Melichar’s suggestion:
“Looks like you're already in position for the dropshots provided by @onsjabeur.”
And on Sunday, Wozniacki declared she was “ready for round 2.” No, it’s not a second tennis career, but rather, an expansion to the household. Congrats to Caro, David Lee and daughter Olivia on the happy news that baby No. 2 is on the way.
To finish, talk about a King of Queen’s (Club) move from now two-time event champion Matteo Berrettini.
- Eat pasta with the trophy: check.
- Take an Ice bath with the trophy: check.
- Winning the 'Gram game: check!