Ana Ivanovic had lost her last two meetings against Alisa Kleybanova handily, but reversed that in Stanford.
Maria Sharapova spent some time with world famous Internet video host Veronica Belmont over the weekend.
Japanese fans snapped photos of their best player, Kimiko Date Krumm, before her first round match Monday.
Kimiko Date Krumm continued to prove she is one of the most tenacious players around, beating Dinara Safina.
Sam Stosur, who recently launched a Facebook fan page, visited the Facebook headquarters in nearby Palo Alto.
The Bank of the West Classic mascot entertained local schoolkids at some pre-tournament kids activities.
American veteran Jill Craybas and former Stanford champion Aleksandra Wozniak doing some pre-tournament promo.
Dinara Safina and Zheng Jie posed in front of the Hoover Tower on the campus of Stanford University.
FIFA player Brandi Chastein and Bethanie Mattek-Sands played tennis and soccer Monday.
Melanie Oudin met her fans after rallying from a set and 5-1 down - and match point - to beat Aleksandra Wozniak, 67(6) 75 63.
Jill Craybas and Aleksandra Wozniak with the tournament mascot at an autograph session.
Sarah Borwell, Raquel Kops-Jones and Misaki Doi at the First Serve chapter in Palo Alto.
Liezel Huber and Lindsay Davenport strategized as they made their way into the doubles final in Stanford.
Vika Azarenka was surprised with flowers, cupcakes and a 1500 person serenade on her 21st birthday Saturday.
Lindsay Davenport spoke to the crowd after winning the doubles title with Liezel Huber.
Zheng Jie, Chan Yung-Jan, Liezel Huber and Lindsay Davenport posed with their doubles trophies.
Liezel Huber and Lindsay Davenport won their first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour doubles title as a team.
Victoria Azarenka won nine of the last 10 games - and the last 15 points - of the singles final.
Billie Jean King presented Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova with their singles trophies.
Victoria Azarenka won her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour title of the year and the fourth of her career.