Social round-up: Excited Aussie stars descend on New York
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 in New York, where it is time for the final Grand Slam tournament of the season …
Kimberly Birrell is excited to be competing at the US Open for the first time, where the 24-year-old is through to the second round in the women’s qualifying singles competition:
Rinky Hijikata, a main draw wildcard, is pumped to make his US Open debut too:
Priscilla Hon is competing in New York for a third time – and for the first time since 2019. The 24-year-old is also through to the second round in qualifying:
However, unfortunately injury has prevented Arina Rodionova from making the trip to the Big Apple this year:
Meanwhile, Ellen Perez celebrated reaching a second consecutive WTA 1000 doubles final at Cincinnati. This effort has propelled the 26-year-old into the world’s top 30 for the first time:
Ajla Tomljanovic enjoyed an impressive run at Cincinnati too, scoring back-to-back top 20 wins for the first time and progressing to a maiden WTA 1000 quarterfinal:
The top-ranked Australian woman also shared some off-court secrets with her fans:
Thanasi Kokkinakis received some tips from British rival and former world No.1 Andy Murray:
— Thanasi Kokkinakis (@TKokkinakis) August 20, 2022
And finally, Aussie players Luke Saville and Andrew Harris have been keeping a close eye on the Australian Football League action:
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