A wedding, birthday weekend and soccer during a  tennis match. Just a few things that happened this past week on social media. Let’s get you caught up.

Over the weekend Caroline Wozniacki and former NBA star David Lee tied the knot. The bride gave everyone a look of what herself and the bridesmades were wearing. Absolutely stunning.

Turning 19 is a big milestone! Bianca Andreescu made sure to spend an incredible weekend in Toronto with her close friends to mark the occasion.

I don’t think the 6ix was ready…

We found out Denis Shapovalov has another talent other than tennis… emoji puzzles.

You don’t see this everyday. After Benoit Paire lost his racquet, he tapped into his inner soccer player. Countryman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga joined in on the fun.

One of the top highlights from this season so far.

Angelique Kerber and former WTA player Aga Radwanksa were happy to be two of the 120 people invited to Wozniacki’s wedding.

Félix Auger-Aliassime and Roger Federer are wizards! It has to be a born-on-August-8th thing.

Three-time Grand Slam Andy Murray is making his comeback from a serious hip injury and is still searching for a mix doubles partner at Wimbledon.

He got a couple responses from WTA players over twitter, such as Maria Sharapova. That’s a team I would love to see in July.

I believe this is Federer’s favourite time of the year… for obvious reasons.

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🌱 court 🎾 + ☀️=Summer Vibes 😎

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If there was a band featuring Kerber, Serena, Wozniacki and Radwanska, I would buy every album!

I’m not a photogenic person, but Sharon Fichman seems to have it down to an art! Similar to her shoe game … on point!

Serena was one of Wozniacki’s bridesmaids and her daughter Olympia wanted to be one as well. So adorable!

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Never without mama

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The perfect selfie takes time and effort. Sloane Stephens made sure she got the right one, while dodging traffic .

After a grueling day at work, nothing is better than a massage or what athletes call treatment. World No. 5 Alexander Zverev got this with a beautiful view of the Gerry Weber Stadium at the Halle Open.