It's been a long week, but now the weekend is nearly here. In celebration, let's take a look at some of the cutest, interesting and most feel good videos and photos that were seen circulating social media platforms this week and that are guaranteed to finish the week on a high note. 

Without further ado, let the good vibes roll in. 


The Ultimate Tennis Showdown is set to kick off it's second edition this weekend in France on Saturday. Fernando Verdasco will be on court for action-packed play, but it looks like his son Miguel is ready to make his debut. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Of course @ferverdasco’s son had to be a lefty ???? Welcome to UTS, Fernando! ????????

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The one-year-old dressed in the cutest overalls was seen swinging away at balls with his dad. Watch out ATP players, he's not only starting young but he appears to be a lefty like his father as well!

It's not just the ATP tour players that need to watch out but the WTA might have a situation on their hands in the next 10 years or so. 

The six-year-old is already smashing forehands and backhands like she's been playing the game for decades. Between her footwork, adjustments and ball recognition, she could be a future Wimbledon champion. 

All-aboard! If this isn't a train of feel good vibes, what is? It's not every day you see Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, two players that have 37 combined Grand Slam titles, causally reading the newspaper on a train together. 

Not to mention, Alexander Zverev, Kei Nishikori, John Isner and more top ATP players are chatting in the background. 

Ok, back to more talented kids playing tennis. Instagram is flooded with the most aesthetic tennis videos and this one takes serving to a whole new level.

It's really hard to not watch this one more than 20 times in a row.  

Speaking of aesthetic, Daniela Hantuchova pretty much nailed the vintage tennis look in her latest post.  The former top-5 star reminded the world why tennis is the sport of a lifetime. 

"Changing my racket for a mic and tennis shoes for high heels these past 3 years but always in connection to the most beautiful sport," Hantuchova wrote on Instagram. 

It's true, whether you play the sport recreationally, on the tour, coach or just like to watch, tennis is a sport for everyone and is welcoming to all ages.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Come as you are

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On that note, have a great Friday and just remember everything starts with "love-love."