Caroline Wozniacki at Tivoli, the local theme park in Copenhagen, for pre-tournament press.
Danes Caroline Wozniacki and Malou Ejdesgaard won their first round doubles match Monday night.
Caroline Wozniacki, Denmark's first ever Top 10 player, arriving at pre-tournament events.
Anne Keothavong rallied from a first set blowout to beat Sofia Arvidsson on Tuesday, 16 64 63.
Caroline Wozniacki visited with some aspiring players from the Wozniacki Tennis Academy.
Li Na and Caroline Wozniacki at the live reveal of the tournament draw for local television.
Caroline Wozniacki met Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, during a special visit on Tuesday.
Polona Hercog spent time with local tennis fans at the fastest serve speed booth on the grounds.
Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Martic and Prince Frederik posed for a photo before Tuesday's night match.
Caroline Wozniacki signed autographs for her many fans after winning her first round match.
The tournament had a charity day Thursday, with players signing a chair to be auctioned off later.
After winning her second round match on Thursday, Polona Hercog signed the charity auction chair.
Caroline Wozniacki visited the Wozniacki Tennis Academy in Copenhagen on Thursday morning.
Caroline Wozniacki visited the Sony Ericsson fastest serve speed booth, showing off some of her skills.
Caroline Wozniacki also gave her name to the autographed chair for the tournament's charity day.
Li Na seeked advice from her husband and coach during her three set semifinal loss to Klara Zakopalova.
Anna Chakvetadze's 10-match win streak came to an end with a three set semifinal loss to Caroline Wozniacki.
Anna-Lena Groenefeld and Julia Goerges won the e-Boks Sony Ericsson Open doubles on Saturday.
Caroline Wozniacki met Klara Zakopalova at the net after edging her in straight sets in the final.
Caroline Wozniacki won her second title of the year, and the eighth of her career, in the Danish capital.