SI.com released its Twitter 100 this week, highlighting the accounts to follow for news, information and entertainment from the sports world. We joined in on the fun by putting together a comprehensive list of the top Twitter accounts in tennis to follow.
At least, we thought it was comprehensive.
Several readers reached out and submitted other accounts we neglected the first time around. Here are 10 of those accounts:
• Andy Roddick (@andyroddick): He's traded in his racket for a microphone on Fox Sports 1, but Roddick's sense of humor translates on Twitter regardless of whether he's talking about tennis or unfortunate bodily functions. Things get even more fun when his wife, Brooklyn Decker (@BrooklynDecker), hacks his account, like she did earlier this week.
• Stanislas Wawrinka (@stanwawrinka): Wawrinka will retweet anything mentioning him, and his humor makes it amusing as opposed to self-aggrandizing. Plus, he's best friends with Benoit Paire (who was on our original must-follow list), and their bro tweets are great.
• Brad Gilbert (@bgtennisnation): If you like your tennis analysis and updates provided in riddle form, Brad's your must-follow.
• Monica Puig (@MonicaAce93): Things you learn from Puig's tweeting style: She's incredibly earnest, works hard and is really intent on making #PicaPower happen.
• Daria Gavrilova (@DariaGav): The Russian teenager is still toiling away on the ITF circuit, but she maintains a great sense of humor.
• Donna Vekic (@DonnaVekic): The 17-year-old's playful tweets with Wawrinka can be equal parts funny and uncomfortable.
• Kim Clijsters (@ClijstersKim): Despite her busy life of motherhood, Clijsters still finds time to weigh in on tennis, and it's fun to see her cheer on her friends.
• Milos Raonic (@milosraonic): He really likes Taylor Swift.
• Victoria Azarenka (@vika7): Azarenka lets her personality run wild on Twitter with lots of Instagrams and video.
• Dustin Brown (@DreddyTennis): He really likes hashtags. And Grand Theft Auto. And hashtags.