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Party Gallery: Stars All Around

Mary Joe Fernandez is one of only 55 players in the history of the WTA to reach the Top 4 - and she was among a slew of legends who made it out to the 40 LOVE Party at Wimbledon on the weekend.

Published June 30, 2013 12:04

Katrina Adams spoke to Martina Navratilova as she hosted WTA Live: 40 LOVE presented by Xerox.
Katrina Adams spoke to Martina Navratilova as she hosted WTA Live: 40 LOVE presented by Xerox.
Adams won a whopping 20 WTA doubles titles in her career and made it to No.8 in the team discipline.
Adams won a whopping 20 WTA doubles titles in her career and made it to No.8 in the team discipline.
World No.1s from different generations - Maria Sharapova and Chris Evert - on the pink carpet.
World No.1s from different generations - Maria Sharapova and Chris Evert - on the pink carpet.
The current World No.1, Serena Williams, was also among those stepping out on Sunday afternoon.
The current World No.1, Serena Williams, was also among those stepping out on Sunday afternoon.
Caroline Wozniacki is also a former World No.1, spending a total of 67 weeks at the top spot.
Caroline Wozniacki is also a former World No.1, spending a total of 67 weeks at the top spot.
Wozniacki's best Grand Slam came at the 2009 US Open, where she fell to Kim Clijsters in the final.
Wozniacki's best Grand Slam came at the 2009 US Open, where she fell to Kim Clijsters in the final.
Williams on the pink carpet.
Williams on the pink carpet.
Martina Hingis on the pink carpet.
Martina Hingis on the pink carpet.
Jelena Jankovic on the pink carpet.
Jelena Jankovic on the pink carpet.
Evert on the pink carpet.
Evert on the pink carpet.
All the No.1s at the event were on stage for a special speeches and question-answer session.
All the No.1s at the event were on stage for a special speeches and question-answer session.
Former World No.4 Mary Joe Fernandez was also in attendance at the party, along with her son, Nico.
Former World No.4 Mary Joe Fernandez was also in attendance at the party, along with her son, Nico.
  • Katrina Adams spoke to Martina Navratilova as she hosted WTA Live: 40 LOVE presented by Xerox.
  • Adams won a whopping 20 WTA doubles titles in her career and made it to No.8 in the team discipline.
  • World No.1s from different generations - Maria Sharapova and Chris Evert - on the pink carpet.
  • The current World No.1, Serena Williams, was also among those stepping out on Sunday afternoon.
  • Caroline Wozniacki is also a former World No.1, spending a total of 67 weeks at the top spot.
  • Wozniacki's best Grand Slam came at the 2009 US Open, where she fell to Kim Clijsters in the final.
  • Williams on the pink carpet.
  • Martina Hingis on the pink carpet.
  • Jelena Jankovic on the pink carpet.
  • Evert on the pink carpet.
  • All the No.1s at the event were on stage for a special speeches and question-answer session.
  • Former World No.4 Mary Joe Fernandez was also in attendance at the party, along with her son, Nico.
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