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Stanford Off-Court Gallery

The summer hardcourt season kicks off in Stanford and we've got the photos to prove it.

Published August 02, 2009 12:00

Defending Bank of the West Classic champion Aleksandra Wozniak posed next to the draw she helped with this year.
Defending Bank of the West Classic champion Aleksandra Wozniak posed next to the draw she helped with this year.
Elena Dementieva posed in front of the Golden Gate Bridge during her visit to San Francisco.
Elena Dementieva posed in front of the Golden Gate Bridge during her visit to San Francisco.
Elena Dementieva rode a cable car in San Francisco, where they are a common form of public transport.
Elena Dementieva rode a cable car in San Francisco, where they are a common form of public transport.
Elena Dementieva visited Lombard Street in San Francisco, home to the world's most crooked road.
Elena Dementieva visited Lombard Street in San Francisco, home to the world's most crooked road.
Carly Gullickson, Laura Granville and Jill Craybas met their young fans at the Stanford Tennis Jam.
Carly Gullickson, Laura Granville and Jill Craybas met their young fans at the Stanford Tennis Jam.
Jelena Jankovic met some of her Californian fans during a Sony Ericsson autograph session.
Jelena Jankovic met some of her Californian fans during a Sony Ericsson autograph session.
Serena Williams answered questions from the media during Monday's All-Access Hour in Stanford.
Serena Williams answered questions from the media during Monday's All-Access Hour in Stanford.
Venus Williams happily spoke to the media during Monday's All-Access Hour at the Bank of the West Classic.
Venus Williams happily spoke to the media during Monday's All-Access Hour at the Bank of the West Classic.
World No.25 Sabine Lisicki took some time out for a Sony Ericsson autograph session on Wednesday afternoon.
World No.25 Sabine Lisicki took some time out for a Sony Ericsson autograph session on Wednesday afternoon.
Doubles world No.1s Cara Black and Liezel Huber signed autographs at the Bank of the West booth Thursday.
Doubles world No.1s Cara Black and Liezel Huber signed autographs at the Bank of the West booth Thursday.
Three-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova signed autographs for many, many fans at the Bank of the West booth.
Three-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova signed autographs for many, many fans at the Bank of the West booth.
Nadia Petrova visited Stanford Children's Hospital, visiting children in their rooms, doing arts and crafts with them and handing out Sony Ericsson tennis balls and Bank of the West stuffed bears.
Nadia Petrova visited Stanford Children's Hospital, visiting children in their rooms, doing arts and crafts with them and handing out Sony Ericsson tennis balls and Bank of the West stuffed bears.
Former American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was on hand for the second semifinal's coin toss Saturday.
Former American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was on hand for the second semifinal's coin toss Saturday.
The Williams sisters posed with runners-up Chan Yung-Jan and Monica Niculescu after the doubles final.
The Williams sisters posed with runners-up Chan Yung-Jan and Monica Niculescu after the doubles final.
Marion Bartoli held the trophy up after beating Venus Williams in the Bank of the West Classic singles final.
Marion Bartoli held the trophy up after beating Venus Williams in the Bank of the West Classic singles final.
  • Defending Bank of the West Classic champion Aleksandra Wozniak posed next to the draw she helped with this year.
  • Elena Dementieva posed in front of the Golden Gate Bridge during her visit to San Francisco.
  • Elena Dementieva rode a cable car in San Francisco, where they are a common form of public transport.
  • Elena Dementieva visited Lombard Street in San Francisco, home to the world's most crooked road.
  • Carly Gullickson, Laura Granville and Jill Craybas met their young fans at the Stanford Tennis Jam.
  • Jelena Jankovic met some of her Californian fans during a Sony Ericsson autograph session.
  • Serena Williams answered questions from the media during Monday's All-Access Hour in Stanford.
  • Venus Williams happily spoke to the media during Monday's All-Access Hour at the Bank of the West Classic.
  • World No.25 Sabine Lisicki took some time out for a Sony Ericsson autograph session on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Doubles world No.1s Cara Black and Liezel Huber signed autographs at the Bank of the West booth Thursday.
  • Three-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova signed autographs for many, many fans at the Bank of the West booth.
  • Nadia Petrova visited Stanford Children's Hospital, visiting children in their rooms, doing arts and crafts with them and handing out Sony Ericsson tennis balls and Bank of the West stuffed bears.
  • Former American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was on hand for the second semifinal's coin toss Saturday.
  • The Williams sisters posed with runners-up Chan Yung-Jan and Monica Niculescu after the doubles final.
  • Marion Bartoli held the trophy up after beating Venus Williams in the Bank of the West Classic singles final.
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