Three-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova during pre-tournament press on the weekend.
Sabine Lisicki, making her comeback to the circuit after an ankle injury, at the draw ceremony.
Ana Ivanovic and Sabine Lisicki at the draw.
Kim Clijsters and her fellow Sony Ericsson WTA Tour stars met the press at the All-Access Hour.
Jelena Jankovic, the No.1 seed and defending champion in Cincinnati, at Monday's All-Access Hour.
Caroline Wozniacki, fresh off her second title of the year in Copenhagen, at All-Access Hour.
Vera Zvonareva, the champion in Cincinnati four years ago, at Monday's All-Access Hour.
Kim Clijsters at All-Access Hour. Clijsters started her comeback at this tournament a year ago.
Kateryna Bondarenko got a cake for her 24th birthday.
Elena Vesnina met fans and signed autographs during a visit to the USANA booth on site.
Christina McHale played a racing game with Swiss Indy Racing League driver Simona de Silvestro.
Vera Zvonareva, always a supporter of Rett Syndrome charities, met with families of sufferers.
Vera Zvonareva met three families of young girls afflicted by Rett Syndrome in Cincinnati Monday.
Lisa Raymond was given a birthday cake for her special 37th birthday in Cincinnati on Tuesday.
Julie Coin rallied with a frying pan during high school kids day at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.
Christina McHale and Cara Black met young fans and gave them some tips during kids day in Cincinnati.
After winning both her singles and doubles matches, Flavia Pennetta had an autograph session Thursday.