Vania King pulled off the first upset of the week, beating No.16 seed Vera Dushevina.
Japan's Ayumi Morita kicked off her Family Circle Cup week with a win over Mirjana Lucic.
World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki spoke with the press at Monday afternoon's All-Access Hour.
Shahar Peer at All-Access Hour. Peer is Israel's highest-ranked tennis player in history.
Sam Stosur at All-Access Hour. Stosur won her biggest career title right here last year.
Marion Bartoli at All-Access Hour. Bartoli recently reached the finals of Indian Wells.
Patty Schnyder saved nine match points but wound up falling to Chanelle Scheepers, 64 64.
After falling to Chanelle Scheepers, Patty Schnyder said this would be her last time here.
Playing here for the first time since winning the title in 2009, Sabine Lisicki prevailed.
Sabine Lisicki's Yorkshire Terrier, Happy, has been enjoying the doggy daycare this week.
Heather Watson, the youngest player in the Top 150, fell to Christina McHale, 57 63 76(3).
Former Top 5 player Jelena Dokic suffered a first round loss to Anna Tatishvili on Tuesday.
Tamira Paszek and Melanie Oudin walked out onto the court for their first rounder Tuesday.
Liezel Huber, Lisa Raymond, Katarina Srebotnik and Kveta Peschke at a doubles luncheon.
Katarina Srebotnik and Kveta Peschke are the Family Circle Cup's No.1 seeds in doubles.
Caroline Wozniacki improved to 8-2 lifetime in Charleston with a 61 61 win in her opener.
Christina McHale, the youngest player in the Top 100, posed with a fan during a USTA visit.
Third seed Jelena Jankovic got ready to serve as she took on Tamira Paszek in her opener.
Jelena Jankovic won, 62 63. Jankovic hasn't lost before the quarterfinals here since 2006.
A ballgirl. Charleston recently won a competition to be named Best Tennis Town in America.