1977 French Open champ and Organizing Committee President Mima Jausovec with Kata Srebotnik.
Jelena Jankovic was all smiles as she arrived to her hotel from a long drive from Serbia.
Jelena Jankovic was greeted by Kompas Portoroz's director, Marko Tancer, upon her arrival.
Jelena Jankovic with 17-year-old fellow Serb Aleksandra Krunic after their doubles win Monday.
The heat and near 100 percent humidity took its toll on Tadeja Majeric as she lost to Elena Bovina.
Former Top 20 player Elena Bovina cooled her neck in qualifying as temperatures hit 35 Celsius.
Two of Jelena Jankovic's biggest fans came all the way from Belgrade to watch their idol.
Jelena Jankovic's fans in the stands showed their divine support for the world's No.2.
Jelena Jankovic's nails matched her dress during her 63 63 first round win in Portoroz.
Jelena Jankovic hit a forehand return against Bojana Jovanovski in the feature night match.
Jelena Jankovic was the heavy favorite for the title but injured her ankle in the second round and had to withdraw.
Johanna Larsson reached her first career semifinal with a straight set win over No.3 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Vera Dushevina was the highest seed remaining at No.6 as of midday Friday but fell to Anna Chakvetadze.
Anna Chakvetadze signed autographs after her quarterfinal upset of No.6 seed Vera Dushevina. She saved two match points to win.
Banka Koper Slovenia Open fans flocked to the Sony Ericsson booth for a Jelena Jankovic autograph session.
Jelena Jankovic posed with one of her many fans during an autograph session at the Sony Ericsson booth.
Former player Mima Jausovec was on hand for the doubles trophy presentation on Saturday night.
Vladimira Uhlirova and Maria Kondratieva thanked the crowd after winning their first doubles title together Saturday night.
Johanna Larsson and Anna Chakvetadze posed with their trophies at the post-match singles ceremony.
Anna Chakvetadze posed with her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour trophy since February 2008.