Elena Dementieva answered a variety of questions from the press at the Sony Ericsson All-Access Hour.
Karolina Sprem helped out at an Open GDF SUEZ kids clinic at the tournament on Monday.
Aravane Rezai signed for her many French fans during a Dubai Duty Free autograph session.
Tatiana Golovin, Virginie Razzano, Agnes Szavay and Aravane Rezai with the new tournament trophy.
Agnes Szavay and Aravane Rezai were among the players who helped out at the draw ceremony.
World No.15 Yanina Wickmayer spoke to the press Tuesday at the Sony Ericsson All-Access Hour.
Lucie Safarova, a former finalist at the Open GDF SUEZ, took some time out for a kids' clinic.
Though currently off the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour injured, Tatiana Golovin signed autographs for fans.
The recently-retired Am��lie Mauresmo received a video tribute during her farewell ceremony.
Francesca Schiavone was among the players giving a special farewell message to Am��lie Mauresmo.
Am��lie Mauresmo watched on with her mother as the tournament gave her a farewell presentation.
Petra Martic held her nerve to beat Yanina Wickmayer in the first round. It was her first Top 20 win.
Agnes Szavay reached the quarterfinals and led Melanie Oudin 62 31 before falling in three sets.
Andrea Petkovic was up 63 20 against Elena Dementieva before the Russian top seed rallied to win in three.
Melanie Oudin reached her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour semifinal at the Open GDF SUEZ.
Elena Dementieva rejoiced after edging Lucie Safarova in three sets in the final, 67(5) 61 64.
Holding her runner-up trophy, Lucie Safarova waved to a supportive crowd after the singles final.
Elena Dementieva posed with the 16th Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles trophy of her career, but first in Paris.
Am��lie Mauresmo was among the presenters at the Open GDF SUEZ trophy ceremony.
After a long week of tough wins, Elena Dementieva and Lucie Safarova stood proud at the trophy ceremony.