Inspiring quotes + shameless selfies: the social round-up

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Sloane Stephens wants you to check out her back. Photo: Twitter / Sloane Stephens
From inspiring quotes to shameless selfies – it’s been a busy day of social media action.

What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than to post an inspiring message on social media? That’s what the world’s best tennis players have done. Oh, that and hang out and Indian Wells, take shameless selfies and other stuff like that…

Serena Williams posted this:

Madison Keys opted for this:

Dani Hantuchova got confused with Mother’s Day:

Juan Martin del Potro went for this:

Genie Bouchard busted out the Blue Steel:

Away from International Women’s Day, Belinda Bencic is roughing it in Indian Wells:

When you know hard work paid off after waking up to this in the morning ?? #definetlynofilterneeded #paradise

A photo posted by Belinda011 (@belindabencic) on

Jack Sock wants to run for President:

Petra Kvitova is having a birthday:

While Kristina Mladenovic is working it:

So is Rafa Nadal:

Sloane Stephens is smiling at it:

…and then turning her back on it:

Ana is changing the look (apparently):

Delpo is relaxing:

Domi Cibulkova went for a run:

Bethanie Mattek-Sands needs a babysitter:

Jack Sock has gone all Nike:

Caroline Wozniacki has been getting ready for her Madison Square Garden exo:

Serena Williams caught a taxi:

And then posed for this selfie with Caroline Wozniacki:

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