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@RealTimeWWII, a Twitter accounted created by Oxford history graduate Alwyn Collinson, narrates World War II on Twitter in real time; all the tweets are manually written, with no script used.
A final in Hamburg on Sunday; comebacks from two sets down in Paris today: @AndreyRublev97 and @StefTsitsipas had quite the route to the second round at #RolandGarros. But each took a small but important step up the tennis mountain, writes @SteveTignor: https://t.co/SDlj8ehFXU
Another guy who played the Hamburg final Sunday, fell behind 2 sets to love today, and came back to even it at 2-2. Now Tsitsipas will try to match Rublev's 5-set win. https://t.co/YgApjd3VRD
Good win for Sofia Kenin, and the best way to put a double bagel in Rome behind her. A couple of seeds have already fallen in her section. https://t.co/g0yGFgC40K
If Dominic Thiem was a question mark before his 1st-round match at #RolandGarros, his performance in it was an exclamation point. @SteveTignor on how @ThiemDomi's defensive positioning, and love of slow conditions, led to a one-sided win over Marin Cilic: https://t.co/aCasBVEmib
Tennis followers: @Tennis is LOADED today. 🎾 @iammattfitz with the Day 2 Passport to #RolandGarros (a daily must-read): https://t.co/gXL435fGzU 🎾 @SteveTignor on Thiem's slow roll: https://t.co/HDEW1QaDfr 🎾 @NinaPantic1 talked to Iga: https://t.co/7SncxfqRRB 🎾 Much more, too https://t.co/biaiqdCocb
How did Jannik Sinner (@janniksin) and @CocoGauff shrug off the conditions to record their first main-draw victories at #RolandGarros? Between them, they showed how many different ways there are to win a tennis match, as @SteveTignor explains: https://t.co/KkIKaYqPoH