Of babies, boats and rope: The social wrap

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Monica Puig sniffed a dog. Photo: Twitter / Monica Puig

The birth of a child is a wondrous thing. But then, so is an all-Swiss Indian Wells final, boats, and Tommy Haas’ startling propensity to take selfies. Fortunately, today’s social wrap wraps all of the above into one nice, neat little bundle of joy (punctuated by some sadness):

Novak is out:

You can read more about that here

Roger is up:

Martina Hingis kissed a trophy:

Nico Almagro kissed a baby:

Monica Puig kissed a dog:

Vika Azarenka talked about her baby:

Endless selfies are Tommy Haas’ baby…

Thanks for singing the National Anthem today @katharinemcphee ???????? ???? #indianwells #tennisparadise #finalsday

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Magazine interviews are Maria’s baby:

Nice Speedos Fabio:

Serena smiles for the cameras:

Alize Cornet on a court is such a rare phenomena it needs to be documented:

What about last night, Vika?

About last night…

A post shared by Victoria Azarenka (@vichka35) on

Even more excited if you win it, Roger?

Andrea Hlavackova stole a boat:

We know how to work hard,but also how to rest well and this was my #dayoff #checkmyinstastory for much more ????

A post shared by Andrea Hlavackova (@andreahlavackova) on

Genie Bouchard has Roger love:

Garbine Muguruza got the shakes:

And finally, someone caught a Belinda Bencic:

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