Although she had to withdraw from the tournament injured, Francesca Schiavone still came to don a dirndl for a photo shoot.
Alizé Cornet threw the ball in the roulette wheel during the unique Bad Gastein draw ceremony.
Native son, European judo champion and two-time Olympian Patrick Reiter made an appearance at the draw ceremony.
Tournament Director Sandra Reichel, ex-player Judith Wiesner Floimair and VIPs from Nürnberger posed with players at the draw.
Carla Suárez Navarro cruised through the first set but was upended by Tatjana Malek in Round 1, 26 62 64.
Germany's Tatjana Malek pulled off the first upset of the tournament, ousting No.5 seed Carla Suárez Navarro in the first round.
Sybille Bammer was greeted on court by her young daughter Tina after winning her first round match.
Alizé Cornet hit the driving range with her hitting partner. Earlier in the day she won her first round match.
Tamira Paszek withdrew from the tournament injured but was on hand for an Austrian Fed Cup press conference. She also enjoyed the healing waters of the region's hot springs.
Sybille Bammer and daughter Tina posed for a photo on the way back from the practice courts during Bammer's day off.
Nuria Llagostera Vives rode a gondola up to the summit of Schloss Alm to enjoy the view of the Gastein valley.
Magdalena Rybarikova won a new Sony Ericsson phone, among other things, at the player party at Casino Bad Gastein.
Patricia Mayr, Sybille Bammer, Yvonne Meusburger and the Tournament Directors at Blackjack at the player party.
Yvonne Meusburger and Sandra Klemenschits took a helicopter ride with one of the world's four licensed acrobatic pilots.
Top seed AlizÃ© Cornet posed with an official car from the tournament on Quarterfinal Friday.
Andrea Petkovic, Aliz�� Cornet and the two Tournament Directors helped judge the next man and woman who will represent the Gastein area in their PR campaigns.
Aliz�� Cornet posed with singer and dancer Manuel Ortega at Friday's Beach Party.
Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka made the Czech Republic proud by winning the doubles title on Sunday.
Andrea Petkovic threw her arms in the air after beating Ioana Raluca Olaru in the singles final.
Andrea Petkovic posed with her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour trophy in front of a beautiful waterfall backdrop.