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Warsaw Gallery

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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Runner-up Alona Bondarenko was gracious during the trophy presentation speeches at the Warsaw Open.
  • 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.
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