Fresh off her first title in two years in Linz, Ana Ivanovic won her first two rounds easily in Luxembourg.
Ana Ivanovic signed autographs after her 63 60 first round win over Swedish rising star Johanna Larsson.
Elena Dementieva signed autographs at the BGL BNP Paribas booth, the title sponsor of the tournament.
Anne Keothavong defeated Virginie Razzano, Patty Schnyder and Iveta Benesova in her first three matches.
Daniela Hantuchova visited the Sportlycee, a special school for aspiring young professional athletes.
Patty Schnyder, a finalist in Linz the week coming in, signed autographs during a sponsor suite visit.
Anne Keothavong signed autographs courtside after her win over former Top 10 player Patty Schnyder.
Angelique Kerber during a sponsor visit. Kerber upset No.5 seed Daniela Hantuchova to reach the quarters.
Ana Ivanovic and Julia Goerges went to battle on Centre Court, with Goerges getting the upper hand, 63 61.
Timea Bacsinszky and Tathiana Garbin upset the No.1 seeds for their third WTA doubles title of the year.
Julia Goerges' big serve and groundstrokes took her all the way to a second WTA final of the year.
Julia Goerges fell to 1-1 in career WTA finals with a 63 64 loss to Roberta Vinci on Sunday afternoon.
Roberta Vinci won her third WTA title, following wins on clay at Bogota in 2007 and at Barcelona in 2009.
Tournament Directors Jacqueline Olsem and Danielle Koster-Maas and Grand Duke Henri with the finalists.
WTA Supervisor Melanie Tabb presented a platter on behalf of WTA CEO Stacey Allaster for the event's 15th year.