With social media and all its various platforms and apps taking over how many people stay in touch with one another, it’s no surprise that many WTA pros quickly took advantage of these new tools to communicate with their fans and comment on their lives in general. In an effort to aggregate all of the various players and their social networking platforms into one spot, the WTA tour recently launched its new WTA Superfans website.
Although the site is still young and the effort, for the most part, is sincere, it all comes across as one big “hot mess” for visitors. For those who still don’t know what that phrase means, according to UrbanDictionary.com, a “hot mess” is defined as “when one’s thoughts or appearance are in a state of disarray but they maintain an undeniable attractiveness or beauty. Continue reading