Cara Black posed with New Zealand surfer Paige Hareb at the ASB Tennis Centre's Centre Court.
A jubilant Flavia Pennetta met the press after her first round victory at the ASB Classic.
AlizÃ© Cornet posed above Centre Court at the ASB Tennis Centre during some down time.
Kimiko Date Krumm was all smiles after upsetting the tournament's No.5 seed, Virginie Razzano.
Yanina Wickmayer raced remote controlled cars after her win. Kia is a tournament sponsor.
Cara Black and Liezel Huber posed with Grasshopper tennis players after an exhibition match.
Dominika Cibulkova signed autographs right on the court after her second round victory.
Local New Zealand fans threw their support Marina Erakovic's way with Go Kiwi signs.
Co-world No.1 doubles players Cara Black and Liezel Huber posed with competition winners.
Liezel Huber did a bike tour around Auckland's waterfront, with Rangitoto Island in the background.
Flavia Pennetta took time out before the tournament to visit the New Year's Day Races in Auckland.
Li Na prepared herself before her big bungee jump off the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Chinese No.1 Li Na let loose and bungee jumped off of the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Centre Court was covered in tennis balls during Thursday night's Lobbo charity auction.
Li Na and Elena Vesnina at the player party, with the Auckland Skytower in the background.
Kimiko Date Krumm, Yanina Wickmayer and Marina Erakovic at the ASB Classic player party.
Ari Hallenberg, founder of the tournament in Auckland, presented them with a 25th anniversary trophy.
Cara Black and Liezel Huber won the 28th Sony Ericsson WTA Tour title of their partnership in Auckland.
Flavia Pennetta led 3-1 but lost 11 of the next 13 games to fall to Yanina Wickmayer in the final.
Yanina Wickmayer beat Flavia Pennetta for her third career Sony Ericsson WTA Tour title in Auckland.