The Top 8 seeds of the Bell Challenge posed for pictures during the player party on Sunday night.
Michaella Krajicek and Andrea Hlavackova posed at the player party after a sharp four course meal.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands posed with the Hugo Boss watch she won during a draw at the player party.
Stephanie Dubois, Ekaterina Shulaeva, Marie-Eve Pelletier and Valerie Tetreault at the player party.
Alison Riske signed tournament posters during a Q&A with local school children from Quebec City.
Aravane Rezai spoke to those in attendance at the Bell Challenge's opening night cocktail gathering.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova showed her frustration in a first round loss to Canada's Valerie Tetreault.
Aravane Rezai led 5-3 in the third set but wound up losing to Jill Craybas in her first match.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, the highest-ranked American aside from the Williams sisters, on her way to play.
Melanie Oudin met with young kids from Quebec City on the PEPS Laval University Campus for a Q&A.
Lucie Safarova, a finalist here last year, spoke at a benefit for families of promising sports stars.
Tamira Paszek signed autographs for some young fans after winning her first round match on Tuesday.
On her day off from matches, Lucie Safarova answered questions from local Quebecois schoolchildren.
Tamira Paszek helped out with a fan serving competition after her second round win on Thursday.
Valerie Tetreault walked out with a Nordiques jersey. The Nordiques were Quebec's NHL hockey team.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands made short work of the last seed standing, No.3 seed Lucie Safarova, in the semis.
Swedes Sofia Arvidsson and Johanna Larsson won their first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour doubles titles together.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands looked headed for her first title as she took a 3-1 third set lead in the final.
Tamira Paszek played inspired tennis in the third set on Sunday to edge Bethanie Mattek-Sands, 76(6) 26 75.
Tamira Paszek capped an impressive return to prominence with her second career title at the Bell Challenge.