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Victoria Azarenka Busts Out The Best/Worst Dance Moves At The U.S. Open

It seems like just yesterday that Serena Williams was crip walking all over the lawn at Wimbledon after her Gold Medal victory, but now tennis has shifted its focus to the U.S. Open and no. 1 seed Victoria Azarenka has a victory dance of her own. Like the Belarusian Crip Walk, maybe.

The GIF is below.

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And when people ask why GIFs were created, this slow-motion loop of awkward dancing would probably be a pretty solid answer. She's like one or two steps away from being Elaine Benes up there, and it's fantastic. As for the tennis, Azarenka took down Sam Stosur with a three set win Tuesday -- including a 7-6 third set -- and she's still on a collision course with Serena Williams in the women's semifinal. Here's to hoping it all ends with a dance-off somehow.

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