Wawrinka’s Training, Federer’s Dad Joke: Best Social Media Posts Of The Week
From Roger Federer to Stan Wawrinka, the world’s top players have been busy on and off the court. Check out our roundup of the best social media posts from the past week that show what your favourite players have been up to!
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Stan Wawrinka has begun his preparations for next season and is hard at work with fitness trainer Pierre Paganini.
More than 15 years working together and still we smile before during and after practice no matter how hard Pierre 🧞♂️ pushes me !!
🙌🏻🏃🏻♂️🏋🏻♂️🤸🏻♂️🎾🤗🙏🏻 #friends #coach #training #hardwork #smile #alwayssmiling #trusttheprocess pic.twitter.com/rHGJA2rvPE
— Stanislas Wawrinka (@stanwawrinka) December 8, 2019
Swissmint created a 20-franc silver coin to honour Roger Federer, but his dad joke about the notable moment also made headlines.
Fed’s or tail?
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) December 3, 2019
Read More: Demand For Federer Coin Crashes Swissmint Website
Dominic Thiem arrived in Miami for his preseason training and wasted no time getting down to business.
Preseason is underway 💫 pic.twitter.com/2GwvDxm5N5
— Dominic Thiem (@ThiemDomi) December 6, 2019
Fabio Fognini announced that he’ll have a new coach in 2020 after hiring Corrado Barazzutti.
I’m happy to introduce my new Team Fogna! I’m excited to be working with Corrado Barazzutti as my head coach and with Stefano Barsacchi, trainer, Giovanni Teoli, physio and Alberto Giraudo. I can’t wait to start the new season! #2020 #newseason #teamfogna pic.twitter.com/VFTJRviKbJ
— Fabio Fognini (@fabiofogna) December 7, 2019
Nicolas Jarry also revealed a coaching change and confirmed he’ll be working with Dante Bottini. The Chilean is chronicling their preseason training in Florida.
— Nicolas Jarry Fillol (@NicoJarry) December 7, 2019
Spanish football club Villareal CF honoured Roberto Bautista Agut for his outstanding year.
⚽️ 💫 Saque de honor del #VillarrealAtleti .
— Roberto BautistaAgut (@BautistaAgut) December 6, 2019
Kevin Anderson is enjoying the holidays as he prepares for his first tournament as a father. He’ll kick off next season by leading South Africa in the inaugural ATP Cup, held in Australia from 3-12 January.
— Kevin Anderson (@KAndersonATP) December 2, 2019