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The Daily Deuce: Day seven

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Serena the fashionista

She may have lost to Ana Ivanovic today, but there is one area in which Serena Williams will always be a champion: the style stakes. The woman’s attention to detail is astounding, from her pink blazer with matching pink Beats by Dr. Dre headphones to her pink polka dot nails and her tiny Chanel purse. A Cartier bracelet, diamond necklace and large, expensive watch complete her look.

2014 Australian Open - Day 7 2014 Australian Open - Day 7 2014 Australian Open - Day 7Plus, her makeup is always flawless despite the sweat. Whatever eyeliner she uses is sure to fly off the shelves.

 Flashback

Inspired by this 2006 shot of Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, we decided to do some digging and find old-school photos of the players who are now at the top of the game.

Boy, how things have changed.

Roger Federer, age 17:

Roger Federer of Switzerland

Victoria Azarenka, age 16:

The Australian Open - Day 14Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, age 14:

79198308Andy Murray, age 12:

National Junior Championships

Ana Ivanovic, age 17:

Wimbledon Championships 2004 - Day 12

Rafael Nadal, age 17:

Rafael Nadal Of Spain

The Genie Army

When Eugenie Bouchard beat Casey Dellacqua tonight, she didn’t have the entire crowd against her. Rather, Bouchard’s mini fan club – the Genie Army – turned up right next to the players box, with a sign proclaiming “Started from court 15, now we’re here #GenieArmy.” The group, who wore t-shirts bearing a letter of Bouchard’s nickname, cheered relentlessly for their idol. Surprisingly, the Genie Army isn’t from Bouchard’s native Canada but rather a group of (mostly male) Aussies who have taken a liking to the gorgeous 19 year-old. No surprises there.

When Rennae Stubbs commented that most members of the Genie Army would probably “propose to you right now if they could” in the post-match interview, Bouchard responded with a flat “No.”

Way to love ’em and leave ’em, Genie.