Brisbane Gallery Part I
On the court and off the court, the stars of the WTA are lighting up the crowds in Brisbane.
Published January 05, 2011 12:00
Bojana Jovanovski, youngest player in the Top 100, powered a forehand against Anastasia Rodionova.
Shahar Peer, Israel's highest-ranked player ever at No.13, posed with a fan at an autograph session.
Australian No.2 Jarmila Groth celebrated after her first round win over Arantxa Parra Santonja.
Romanian No.1 Alexandra Dulgheru put her stamp on one of her fans' shirt at her autograph session.
No.3 seed Nadia Petrova was still in good spirits despite falling to Petra Kvitova in the first round.
Marion Bartoli met some young fans and signed autographs during a corporate suite visit on Sunday.
Australian No.2 Jarmila Groth met Sam Stosur at the net after beating the Australian No.1, 62 64.
Jarmila Groth had never beaten a Top 20 player in her career but stunned No.6-ranked Samantha Stosur.
Dominika Cibulkova rallied with young ones and signed autographs at the Southbank Cultural Forecourt.
Former Top 5 player Jelena Dokic was stopped in the second round by an aggressive Andrea Petkovic.