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Tweets of the week: Félix tries a new sport

Jul 12, 2019
written by: Jake Howorth
written by: Jake Howorth
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The third Grand Slam of the season is almost done, while others are enjoying some much-needed time off. Here’s what you may have missed in the world of social media.

Is Félix Auger-Aliassime the next dual threat athlete, like Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders?

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Switching sports for a day😎🐎 #çacavale

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Congratulations to Canadian Gaby Dabrowski and Yifan Xu for making their first Grand Slam doubles finals! Dabrowski could become the first Canadian women to win a doubles Grand Slam title. Go Gaby, Go!

A little throwback by Genie Bouchard. This is a beautiful family portrait with famous Quebecoise singer Celine Dion and the Bouchard clan.

In case for some reason you’ve been sleeping under a rock, Vasek Pospisil made his 8 month return at Wimbledon last week! The Canadian showed flashes of his old self in both singles and doubles. We know this is only the beginning for him.

World No. 1 Ash Barty had some fun in her post-game press conferences at Wimbledon. Can you guess which Disney movies she referred to?

If you’re going to have a cheat day you may as well do what Stan Wawrinka did… go all out.

Simona Halep advanced to her first Wimbledon final after beating Elina Svitolina in the semi-finals.

It’s safe to say that the former World No. 1 is enjoying the ride.

On the other end of the spectrum, Svitolina is trying to deal with the heart-breaking loss. She’s right, it is probably nicer to cry on a private plane.

The big three of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have won 47 of the last 54 Grand Slams. Judy Murray believes the trio could continue their dominance in 30 years from now 😂.

I feel so bad for Robert Lindstedt… He took a serve off the head from mix doubles partner Jelena Ostapenko. What’s even worse is it happened AGAIN later on in the week.

With the help from Harper’s Bazaar, Serena Williams opened up about a THAT match at the US Open. Definitely worth a read.

A keep-up match took place between World No.1 Djokovic and his dad. Of course, his pa won the point and his grunts were on point 👌

Donna Vekic found the perfect way to deal with Mondays! JEALOUS…