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Stanislas Wawrinka playing Roger Federer at the Shanghai Masters
A certain Swiss 17-time Grand Slam winner doesn't have a presence on twitter. His compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka does, and he's worth following for the eclectic and wide-ranging messages alone.
There is no byline. So if you don't know he's a tennis player when you come to his page, he's not going to tell you. But he will tell you and show you plenty of other things.
Like this, with the caption What we see is a fraction of what ordinarily is. Who Azziz D is I don't know, but he tweets in French and English, wears sunglasses and has about 700 followers.
You don't have to follow him yourself because Stan will send through some of his posts, like: You can't start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.
Funny and thought-provoking in a catchy sort of way.
Stan will also be sending you this: In bed: It's 7:00, you close your eyes for 5 minutes, it's 8:45. At school: It's 2:30, you close your eyes for 5 minutes, it's 2:30. Originally tweeted by someone called "Not Will Ferrell."
He also retweets messages his followers send him, whether they are asking for prayers, publicity, paying him a compliment or telling him to quit tennis.
There are some back-and-forth conversations and photos of other players and links to live scoring of tennis matches.
And some occasional photos of him and Roger Federer, including one sent by a follower, with the hashtag "Still a Better Love story than Twilight", retweeted by Stan.
While most other players follow 20-to-40 others, Stan follows over 300. So in addition to catching up with him (which is interesting too), you can catch a lot of other things that are out there.
Follow Stan @stanwawrinka because he obviously has a great sense of humor, and where else would you find this kind of comedy mixed with some useful positive-thinking advice?