Every week there's a lot happening on the WTA - on the court, off the court, by the numbers, even a few tweets... catch up on it all in this week's WTA Diary.
Bouchard was understandably emotional after digging herself out of a 4-1-shaped hole in the decider, but regained her composure soon enough to take a selfie with her post-match interviewer, Fabrice Santoro.
Andrea Petkovic has a close relationship with YouTube. But while the German's genre-spanning videos have proven a hit in the past, this fortnight her use of the social media channel has been strictly business.
"It was super tough, because I didn't know her at all. I just stalked her on YouTube yesterday the whole day, and I was already impressed," Petkovic said when asked how she prepared for her fourth round match with qualifier Kiki Bertens. "I saw her match against Ana in Australian Open, and I think she played super well. I think she's going to be a force on the WTA when she gets fitter and recovers from the injuries that she's had."
I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Following her win over Bertens, Petkovic also revealed why the Petko dance is no more: she's old.
Meet The Melzers
While their mixed doubles campaign may have ended at the hands of top seeds Abigail Spears and Alexander Peya, Iveta and Jurgen Melzer's off-court relationship is going from strength to strength.
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki have been helping one another get over their French Open disappointments.