A collection of photos from the Warsaw Open in Warsaw.
Published May 23, 2009 12:00
Alexandra Dulgheru became one of only five women ever to win a Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title ranked outside the Top 200.
Maria Sharapova pulled off a nail-biting first round win over Tathiana Garbin, her first singles match in nine months.
Daniela Hantuchova and Urszula Radwanska helped out with Habitat for Humanity's women-only build in Warsaw.
Daniela Hantuchova helped out with Habitat for Humanity's women-only build in Warsaw.
The Radwanska sisters and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour President Stacey Allaster were among those helping out in the Warsaw Build.
Eventual doubles champion Raquel Kops-Jones was one of the raffle winners during the Warsaw Open player party.
Alona Bondarenko powered a forehand during her quarterfinal win over Maria Sharapova at the Warsaw Open.
Maria Sharapova took a fall during her quarterfinal match with Alona Bondarenko, which she would eventually lose, 62 62.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Raquel Kops-Jones won their first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour title together at the Warsaw Open.
Runner-up Alona Bondarenko was gracious during the trophy presentation speeches at the Warsaw Open.