It’s Sunday, which means it’s tweets of the week!
You know you made it in sports when your face is tattooed to someone’s body. Genie Bouchard has hit this status.
Congratulations to Canadian Gaby Dabrowski and doubles partner Xu Yifan on their incredible Wimbledon run that ended in the final! They were honoured for this at the annual Wimbledon Ball.
BREAKING NEWS… Daniel Nestor is a multi-sport athlete. The legend won a pretty cool prize at Wonderland thanks to his silky smooth jump shot.
We do question his prize’s basketball team allegiance. This is Toronto, not Philly.
Can you detect which one of these elderly tennis professionals is Milos Raonic?
Canadian player Carson Branstine is the zone! The 18 year old won five-straight matches to go from qualifiers to the semi-finals at the IT Gatineau.
Serena Williams looks absolutely stunning on the latest cover of Sports Illustrated, the Fashionable Fifty edition. The 23-time Grand Slam winner was also named the most fashionable in 2019.
The gentlemen’s final at Wimbledon between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will go down as one of the best matches ever. A couple days after winning his 16th Grand Slam, Djokovic took time to reflect the last 12 months with this emotional post.
If you missed it, Simona Halep captured her second Grand Slam and first Wimbledon title last weekend.
She’s truly a rock star in her home country of Romania. If you don’t believe it, watch the the video below.
Juan Martin Del Potro is working his way back from a devastating knee injury. During this hard time, it’s nice to see him have a furry companion to support him.
Earlier in the week it was #WorldEmojiDay! WTA players said the emoji they use the most.
That brings up the question, which emoji do you use constantly?
Is it just me, or does Stan Wawrinka have some serious hops?!