World No.1 Dinara Safina happily met the press after arriving in Portoroz over the weekend.
Katarina Srebotnik and Dinara Safina went to the ancient city of Piran by motorboat on the weekend.
Katarina Srebotnik and Dinara Safina signed the Piran Golden Book. Mayor Tomaz Gantar was present.
Slovenia's Andreja Klepac with former Slovenian player Maja Matevzic and her newborn baby.
Vesna Manasieva cooled off in her first Top 20 win over Anabel Medina Garrigues, on her 20th birthday.
Katarina Srebotnik and Dinara Safina had beauty treatment at the Whirlpool stand and answered questions.
Tathiana Garbin, Arina Rodionova and Regina Kulikova at the cocktail-mixing competition at the player party.
Strict judge Rok Coga with cocktail-mixing competition winner Ekaterina Ivanova at the player party.
Ekaterina Ivanova and Arantxa Rus were among those enjoying a yacht ride on the Slovenian coast.
Klara Zakopalova and Camille Pin congratulated Vladimira Uhlirova and Julia Goerges after the doubles final.
Tournament Director Andrej Bizjak, President of the Organizing Committee Mima Jausovec, CEO of Banka Koper Ezio Salvai, Vladimira Uhlirova, Julia Goerges, Camille Pin, Klara Zakopalova and President of the Slovenian Tennis Federation Marko Umberger after the doubles final.
The sunset provided a quaint backdrop for the Banka Koper Slovenia Open singles final on Sunday night.
Dinara Safina pumped herself up after winning a point during her near-three hour final victory against Sara Errani.
Sara Errani showed her frustration during her three set singles final loss to world No.1 Dinara Safina on Sunday night.
Dinara Safina was presented the Banka Koper Slovenia Open trophy by a special guest of the tournament, Slovenian President Danilo Turk.