#JeSuisBrussels + the best of Miami: the social round-up

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Photo: Gael Monfils / Twitter
We round up the best of the social media posts

Occasionally, things put life into perspective. The terrible events in Brussels united the tennis world – as it did the rest of us – against the actions of an incomprehensible few. The condemnation for the action and support for the victims was, and we’ll leave it to the WTA to sum up the one message dominating social media today:

Given what happened in Brussels, the rest of this social round-up feels terribly irrelevant. But sometimes a little bit of light is important in the dark:

The Miami Open posted this of Belinda Bencic:

Sun's out, tongues out. See Belinda Bencic's final shot on our Snapchat story. Username: miamiopentennis

A video posted by Miami Open (@miamiopen) on

And this of Roger Federer:

Nice shirt. #MiamiOpen

A photo posted by Miami Open (@miamiopen) on

And this of Serena Williams:

Back at it. #MiamiOpen

A video posted by Miami Open (@miamiopen) on

What’s the time, Tomas Berdych?

Madison Keys has been singing (unfortunately there’s no video proof):

Dominika Cibulkova got ready to party:

While Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova actually went partying:

Miami?????#tasteoftennis

A photo posted by Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (@nastia_pav) on

So did Belinda Bencic and Kristina Mladenovic:

And Genie Bouchard:

Christina McHale went and watched a bit of tennis:

Carla Suarez Navarro went and played a bit of tennis:

Gael Monfils enjoyed a Miami sunset:

Back in Miami #sunset #oklm #lamonf15

A photo posted by Gael Monfils (@iamgaelmonfils) on

And, finally, Andrea Petkovic found a giant rabbit:

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