The snow is falling in Canada and the tennis season is coming to an end. I know, it sucks – but there are still a few high-profile tournaments still on the docket such as the ATP Finals, Fed Cup Finals and Davis Cup Finals to cap it all off.
As always, there was some top-notch content on social media this week. So turn that frown upside down!
We all know Bianca Andreescu had a historic year. After withdrawing from the WTA Finals with a knee injury, the Canadian reflected on her year and thanked the fans!
2019 tho😭 this szn has been insane. Blessings on blessings🙏🏽thank you God!! & thank you to everyone who supports me through thick and thin. Y’all are real ones❤️ oh & Canada stay winnin’ fr 😤 2019<2020¿ pic.twitter.com/1l0HOrsS15
— Bianca (@Bandreescu_) November 3, 2019
A good way to end the season for Denis Shapovalov.
✓ Paris Masters Final.
✓ Top 15 finish.
✓ First ATP Title at the Stockholm Open.
Mini-vacation time for Félix Auger-Aliassime! The Canadian will soon join his compatriots for the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid.
Vasek Pospisil has been on fire recently, compiling a 12-match winning streak and capturing back-to-back ATP Challenger titles.
I think the comeback is going pretty well.
Rafael Nadal is the new World No. 1 and Tennis TV didn’t waste any time posting this gem.
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) November 4, 2019
More Serena Williams + daughter Olympia content PLEASE !
The best of the best will face-off at the Nitto ATP Finals starting on Sunday. So much talent in one photo.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) November 8, 2019
Nadal’s reactions are priceless!
Live scenes as Rafa hears the news 😅@RafaelNadal is world No.1 again exactly a year on from his last stint at the pinnacle of men’s tennis
The 197th week at the summit starts now… pic.twitter.com/kH3v4plGtv
— Davis Cup (@DavisCup) November 4, 2019
Naomi Osaka opened up to the world about her 2019 season. Must read!
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On a real note 2019 was probably the best year of my life. Even though at times it really tested me, (like honestly 😩), I learned a lot this year and I realized I have greater influence over the things that can happen to me than I originally thought. 2019 has seen me struggle and thrive, also hit my highs and lows (drop to to the floor- meg the stallion type low lol). Towards the end of the year I realized all I can ever try to do is obtain more knowledge and attempt to grow as a person. On that note- super excited to show everyone what I’ve got planned for 2020, (both on and off the court). Love you guys 🤗❤️ p.s : this is a tennis year thank you. I’m well aware we got 2 more months and we’re still out here in 2019
France and Australia will battle in the Fed Cup final this weekend. Who do you have?
Did you know? 🤔
🇫🇷 will be looking to win their 3️⃣rd #FedCup title–and their first for 16 years, with their 2️⃣ previous titles coming in 1997 & 2003.
They narrowly missed out in 2016, falling to Czech Republic in the decisive doubles! #TousEnsemBleu pic.twitter.com/kQsHvJ4BPV
— Fed Cup (@FedCup) November 7, 2019