Swedish No.1 Sofia Arvidsson posed on the beach during a photo shoot on Day 1.
Gisela Dulko followed up a successful Wimbledon run with a handy first round win in Bastad.
Caroline Wozniacki, the top seed at the Collector Swedish Open Women, walking to press.
Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki spoke to the press on Day 1 of the Collector Swedish Open Women.
Flavia Pennetta, the No.3 seed, dispatched countrywoman Francesca Schiavone in the first round.
Francesca Schiavone wasn't able to follow up on her Wimbledon quarterfinal, falling first round.
Maria Kirilenko opened with a 60 64 win over a qualifier, rallying from 1-4 in the second set.
Gisela Dulko saved four match points to beat No.5 seed Sorana Cirstea in the second round.
Caroline Wozniacki fended off Flavia Pennetta in three sets to reach her sixth final of the year in Bastad.
Maria Kirilenko had set point in the first set and led 5-3 in the second but fell to Caroline Wozniacki in the quarters, 75 76(4).
Flavia Pennetta had no problems in her quarterfinal match, beating Alla Kudryavtseva in straight sets, 64 62.
Dominika Cibulkova fought for over three hours and missed two match points during a nail-biting quarterfinal loss to Gisela Dulko.
Mar�a Jos� Mart�nez S�nchez won an all-unseeded semifinal with Gisela Dulko on Friday to reach the Saturday final.
Gisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta rejoiced after winning their third doubles title together.
Flavia Pennetta and Gisela Dulko were all smiles after winning the doubles title Saturday.
Mar�a Jos� Mart�nez S�nchez threw her arms in the air after beating Caroline Wozniacki, 75 64.
Caroline Wozniacki took a moment to herself after falling in the singles final.
Despite finishing runner-up, Caroline Wozniacki signed autographs after the singles final.
Caroline Wozniacki and Mar�a Jos� Mart�nez S�nchez pose with trophies after the singles final.
Mar�a Jos� Mart�nez S�nchez hugged her second career Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title.