Maria Sharapova has made her Twitter debut at the Australian Open, and she's tweeting on the trend of this year's tournament.
''Everyone got dressed in the same closet, wearing yellow on court at the aus open,'' she tweeted Tuesday. It was only her second posting, and she already has more than 55,000 followers at @MariaSharapova as of 2:30 p.m. ET Tuesday.
Yellow is hands down the color of choice among players -- or rather, sponsors -- at this year's Australian Open. Yellow sneakers, yellow shorts, yellow dresses, yellow visors.
For fans in the upper decks, it can be hard to tell who's who on certain courts.
Former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki wore a white-and-pale yellow tennis dress designed as part of her Adidas line with Stella McCartney.
It was very similar to the white-and-pale yellow Nike dress on her opponent, German Sabine Lisicki. It didn't help that both wore visors over their blond ponytails. Wozniacki won and faces Donna Vekic of Croatia in the second round.
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