Throwbacks and breakthroughs: the social round-up

Published by Daniel Irvine

CAREER-BEST WIN: Denis Shapovalov reacts to his upset win over Juan Martin del Potro; Getty Images
What has been happening on social media in the tennis world?

There are some happy winners featured in today’s social round-up…

World No.1 Karolina Pliskova is acing it:

Garbine Muguruza has stepped up her game:

Caroline Garcia is moving on:

Lucie Safarova celebrated with a selfie:

Great day at @rogerscupto! Into next round in singles and doubles! #pojd #toronto #rogerscup ????????????????????????

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Caroline Wozniacki is flying:

Meanwhile Nick Kyrgios was so focused in his round two win he confused a line umpire for a ball kid:

A cheeky Roger Federer breezed into the third round, then tried to hide behind his racquet:

Kevin Anderson took an ice bath after his win:

Canadian Denis Shapovalov celebrated a huge victory over Juan Martin del Potro with his fans:

Fellow pros Vasek Pospisil and Stefanos Tsitsipas are jumping on the Shapovalov bandwagon too:

Borna Coric prepared for his second round showdown with Rafael Nadal with this adorable throwback:

Meanwhile life is all rainbows for Naomi Broady, who visited the famous Niagara Falls:


A post shared by Naomi Broady (@naomibroady) on

Fellow Brit Heather Watson is not in a good mood though:

Finally, recovery from knee surgery is going swimmingly for Bethanie Mattek-Sands:

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