Tweets of the week: Maria Sharapova out and about in London
Maria Sharapova rides the tube, Roger Federer hangs out with a few thousand of his best friends and World Cup fever is taking over the tour. Here are some of the best tweets of the week.
When in London Town, this is how we riiiide....occasionally :) pic.twitter.com/C1fSfsq7oN
— Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) June 10, 2014
Thanks to everyone for coming to our practice today! Can you spot me? #fullhouse #rfcap pic.twitter.com/YT0Ng0hnuf
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) June 11, 2014
In Some Sports This Wud Be A Draw... pic.twitter.com/OMSG8cZ4zb
— Dustin Brown (@DreddyTennis) June 13, 2014
Brown (who beat Rafael Nadal in his previous match) lost the decisive final set tiebreak 18-16 to Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Halle quarterfinals.
Caption this..... pic.twitter.com/DC6xzJQArx — victoria azarenka (@vika7) June 10, 2014
There are tons of pretty, blonde girls on bicycles in the Netherlands. They're lovely. I want to be a pretty, blonde girl on a bicycle, too. — Andrea Petkovic (@andreapetkovic) June 11, 2014
But I am not. — Andrea Petkovic (@andreapetkovic) June 11, 2014
We were stuck for 1.30hour on the road to Eastbourne.What a long day! pic.twitter.com/HHOhbvBukg — Varvara Lepchenko (@Varunchik1) June 13, 2014
I look forward to the new coaching trend on ATP tour of hiring awesome women
— Louisa Thomas (@louisahthomas) June 8, 2014
Sending my best to @jozyaltidore & @ussoccer as they compete in the 2nd most exciting sport on grass this June. #WorldCup #Wimbledon
— Sloane Stephens (@sloanetweets) June 12, 2014
Getting into the World Cup spirit with this #tbt of my soccer days playing for Brazil pic.twitter.com/wFne4qzD77 — Christina McHale (@ChristinaMcHale) June 12, 2014
Well done referees
— Marin Cilic (@cilic_marin) June 12, 2014
A disappointed Marin Cilic after Brazil beat Croatia thanks to a controversial officiating call.
After what happened in second half,I won't be surprised if Russia wins World Cup in 2018! Lol
— kafelnikovY-Man!!! (@KYevgeni) June 13, 2014
Yevgeny Kafelnikov takes a crack at the home-cooked officiating that favored Brazil in its opening win over Croatia.
Go Canada! #WorldCup2014 Oh wait...never mind. — Eugenie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) June 13, 2014