Social round-up: Aussie stars ready for clay-court swing
What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date.
This week’s social round-up begins with a great pun from John Millman:
Followed by a tasty treat in the form of world No.1 Dylan Alcott:
Meanwhile, Jordan Thompson is happy to be competing again:
Alex de Minaur is excited for the clay-court swing after his career-best Grand Slam run at the US Open:
Dylan Alcott is looking forward to upcoming clay tournaments too – but first wanted to share the love with his fans after a loss in the US Open singles final:
Matt Ebden wishes he could have competed in New York:
A five-set US Open men’s singles final between Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev had Grand Slam doubles finalists Todd Woodbridge and John-Patrick Smith glued to their televisions:
— Todd Woodbridge (@toddwoodbridge) September 14, 2020
An exciting women’s tournament had Casey Dellacqua and Daria Gavrilova’s attention too:
Elsewhere, Storm Sanders and Ellen Perez enjoyed a finals run in Istanbul:
Seone Mendez is trying to figure out Twitter:
Paralympic gold medallist David Hall helped celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sydney 2000:
A wonderful breakfast this morning to celebrate 20th Anniversary of Sydney 2000.
Paralympians, Olympians, Politicians, CEO's. Great to hear
interviews about the bid, opening ceremony, the golden moments, and to see the relighting of the flame. Best games ever.#MySydney2000 pic.twitter.com/1jiPgUWPFv
— David Hall (@letsrolltennis) September 15, 2020
Matt Ebden joined the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Racquet Roadshow in Perth:
Sam Stosur celebrated a milestone with her daughter at home in Melbourne:
Belinda Woolcock is training hard:
And ICYMI, Casey Dellacqua and Todd Woodbridge served up the latest tennis news in their weekly social media show Headline Hits:
Don’t forget, the court is calling! Join in the fun, hire a court today and take advantage of the many healthy benefits of tennis.