In a world where it didn't really happen if it didn't make social media, fans have more access than ever to elements of their favorite players' lives. Here's what went on this week on The Social Net.
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The Social Net: Federer shares cleverly-edited Eiffel Tower photo
Meanwhile, Andy Murray showed that he’s doing his part off the court, with a selfie from his first COVID-19 vaccine.
Published Jun 06, 2021
Leo the Star
Traveling the tour with kids is an additional challenge to the already-grueling pro-tennis lifestyle, but Victoria Azarenka’s son Leo has been a delight this Roland Garros. He’s also been a star on social media:
Federer takes Paris
It’s not a Roger Federer account without some dorky humor. While most players were posting earnest pictures of the Eiffel Tower, Federer shared a cleverly edited one.
“Roger the last airbender,” commented Coco Gauff.
Rafael Nadal, too, got his iconic Parisian photo:
Murray gets the jab
Andy Murray’s presence is sorely missed at Roland Garros, but the Brit showed that he’s doing his part off the court, with a selfie from his first COVID-19 vaccine:
That's it for this edition of The Social Net, stay tuned for more to come next week.