Despite withdrawing from the tournament injured, Sabine Lisicki still came to sign for her fans.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova, Lucie Safarova and Julia Goerges at the player party dinner.
Vladimira Uhlirova, Liga Dekmeijere and, in the back, Lucie Safarova at the player party.
Severine BrÃ©mond Beltrame and Sabine Lisicki posed with the Tournament Director and President.
ValÃ©rie TÃ©treault, StÃ©phanie Dubois, Nicole Riner and Amra Sadikovic at the player party.
Defending champion Nadia Petrova posed in the Mercedes she was given to drive for the week.
Vania King took questions from young children who visited the PEPS Laval University Campus.
South Africa's Natalie Grandin spoke to kids who came to the Bell Challenge for a visit.
Jill Craybas signed autographs during one of the kids' visits at the PEPS Laval University Campus.
Canadian No.1 Aleksandra Wozniak won her second round match Thursday night over Regina Kulikova.
Czech Lucie Safarova sailed into the quarterfinals with a 62 62 win over Canada's ValÃ©rie TÃ©treault.
Severine BrÃ©mond Beltrame, Aleksandra Wozniak and Nadia Petrova at the face-off of Les Remparts' season opener.
Aleksandra Wozniak and Nadia Petrova gave out autographs during their visit to Les Remparts' season opener.
Julia Goerges used her big serve and groundies to reach her third Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles semifinal.
Nadia Petrova relinquished her title with a retirement loss Friday. The Russian was suffering from a viral illness.
Severine Br��mond Beltrame, Sofia Arvidsson, Barbora Zahlavova Strycova and Vania King after the doubles final.
Vania King and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova posed with their trophies after winning the doubles title Sunday.
Runner-up Lucie Safarova and champion Melinda Czink posed with their trophies after the singles final.
Melinda Czink posed with her winner's trophy in front of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour sign.
Melinda Czink held her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour trophy up after winning the Bell Challenge title.