Social media best bits: History-making moments and new adventures

Alex Morgan of the USA looks on during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final against The Netherlands (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)
Alex Morgan of the USA looks on during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final against The Netherlands (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

Every week, Tokyo 2020 will bring you the best sport posts from the social media world. This week, take a look at how athletes are keeping fit and more...

Switch-a-roo 🏉

This Rio 2016 rugby 7s gold medallist has decided to lace up the boots for a different sport next month. Charlotte Caslick has signed on with NRL Women's team Sydney Roosters for the upcoming season.

Worth the wait 🏆

It's been quite the history making week for Novak Djokovic. The world No.1 claimed a record-breaking 36th Masters 1000 crown and saw him become the first male to win all ATP Masters 1000 titles twice. He also now enters his 287th week at the top of the ATP Rankings, surpassing his hero Pete Sampras.

Newest American addition ⚽

Alex Morgan has joined several US national football teammates in England's Women's Soccer League. Check out her first interview with her new club, Tottenham Hotspur.

Six months away 📆

The last time Team GB's Paralympic rowing sculling squad were together was in March and after so long they were finally back together for a joint water session.

That shot! 🏀

Currently playing the 3x3 World Tour, the world's top men's 3x3 basketballer Dusan Bulut shared this "lucky shot" he made.

First time top 10 member🎉

The Canadian was just shy of reaching the final of the ATP Masters 1000 Rome after a semi-final defeat but Denis Shapovalov's efforts in the Italian capital saw him break into the top 10 rankings for the first time.

Aussie Aussie Aussie 🚴‍♂️

Richie Porte, a Rio 2016 Olympian, has etched himself into Australian cycling history books.

Olympic tattoo ✒️

What's the next step after becoming a world champion and youth Olympian? A place at the Summer Olympics of course! For India's Jyoti Gulia, she is giving it everything she's got to reach her goal.

Online archery? 🏹

Brazilian Fabiola Dergovics has been preparing for a different type of archery competition than usual. She will participate in the Online Archery Cup of the Americas from 12 October.

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#RoadtoTokyo2020🏹🎯💛 e Online Archery Cup of the Americas. Preparando meus tiros para os desafios pré Jogos de #Tokyo. Grata ao espaço Indoor para treino no @arcobandeirantes e acolhimento pelo mestre @kokitiuehara . Várias bandeiras de clube sob o mesmo teto! #gratidão #auniãofazaforça Vamos que vamos! ✌️😎. #fabiola_dergovics #fabiola_tirocomarco #atletaprofissional #professionalathlete #tirocomarco #archery #RumoATóquio2020 #federação_paulista_arco_flecha #atletaparalimpica #paralympics #atleta #ocpboficial #cbtarco #fpaf #hoyttargetarchery #dedication #arcodragoes #selecaobrasileiraparalimpica #selecaobrasileira #getseriousgethoyt #hoyt #pousadavovobellina #tokyo2020

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Last meeting 👟

There will be 27 Olympic and world medallist taking to Doha’s Qatar Sports Club for the final Diamond League meeting of the season. Who will come out on top? Will record be broken again? Make sure you tune in to find out.

Nadal at the French Open 🎾

The King of Clay is back to slay. Will Nadal win his 13th title? Time to tune in and watch the tennis champ in action in the next few weeks.

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