In celebration of the weekend, 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 that are guaranteed to finish the week on a high note. 

Without further ado, let the good vibes roll in. 


Kim Clijsters and Bob and Mike Bryan hit the practice courts together earlier this week. The iconic trio holds 49 Grand Slams combined; Clijsters (4 singles, 2 doubles), Mike (18 doubles/4 mixed), Bob (16 doubles/7 mixed). 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

good hit with @mikecbryan & @bryanbros — thanks boys! ????

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The Bryan brothers were looking forward to hanging up their racquets after this year's "farewell tour." But the on-going pandemic put a dampener on their plans. As of now, the brothers aren't sure about their next plans after planning to retire at next month's US Open. The duo has claimed five titles in New York. 

Practice makes perfect, but when practicing with fellow US Open champions, does that put you one step closer to another major title? Stay tuned. 

Speaking of practice, what about practicing during a traffic jam?

Champions always find a way to improve and perfect their craft. This Italian player is taking this saying to a whole new level, even 20-time major champion Roger Federer hasn't done this yet. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Important update and Good news .....Mr dancerer ???????? ⁦According to @severinluthi - @rogerfederer is on track with his recovery. He has started his physical training with fitness coach Pierre Paganini and will begin practice mid August in Switzerland. Seve in press conference today: "Roger is doing very well. That’s not surprising when you know how he always sees the positive side of things. He’s doing his physio. He's started working on the physical level again. The next step will be mid-August, he’ll start practicing again". . . ???????? - WY Zhang . . Follow for more - @rogerfedererfansforever @rogerfederer ????❤️???????????????? #rolandgarros #wimbledon #ausopen #usopen #mercedesbenz #rolex #uniqlo #wilson #nikesportswear #onrunning #matchforafrica #dancer #fun

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Let's give Federer a break. When the Swiss star makes his return in 2021 after taking time off to recover from knee surgery, everyone will expect to see him healthy and training in traffic jams too. 

All the players listed above might be missing the most crucial component to any practice: having a toddler feed rapid-fire balls. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

@sandroehrat and his coach working on the forehand ???????? ???? ???? from @underarmserve ????

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Professional Swiss player Sandro Ehrat's son might just be a child, but he's already an expert coach. The adorable boy gave his dad a lesson on the forehand side earlier this week. 

Meanwhile, two tennis players opted out of practice to instead accurately display a game of Wii tennis. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Tennis on Wii ???????? 100% accurate • Follow @_see.you.on.court_ and @see_you_on_court for more tennis content???????? • ✅ All credits to - @wacobjade • ????️ #tennis #tennisatp #tennis???? #tennistv #atpworldtour #atptour #tennisfans #nike #adidas #usopen #rolandgarros #wimbledon #ausopen #wilson #tennislife #lavercup #tennislove #federer #nadal #djokovic #seeyouoncourt #tennispoint #fedal #tennishighlights #instasports #sports #tennisfun #tennisplay #tennisplayer #tenniscourt • • ????????️ Disclaimer: We don't own any of the content we post unless it has our trademark [SYOC]. Other posts are shared with the objective of promoting our sport and certain events or posts????. All rights are preserved to their due owners. ⚠️ In case of disapproval of sharing your post please DM us with proof of your ownership, we will immediately take it down. Every co-operation is welcomed. Thank you and "see you on court"????

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A lot of uncontrollable swinging, glitches and endless volley rallies. If you have ever played a couple of sets on the gaming council, you know the drill. 

Before bidding adieu, let's take a look back at Serena Williams at the 2004 French Open and remember to be unafraid, bold and always our unique selves. 

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