In her first week as a Top 40 player, new Hungarian No.1 Greta Arn met the media on the weekend.
At age 32, Greta Arn is playing the best tennis of her career, coming off the quarters of Rome.
Belgian teenager An-Sophie Mestach fell to American Varvara Lepchenko in the first round.
Former Belgian player Dominique Monami was among the panel at the Brussels Open draw ceremony.
Belgium's own An-Sophie Mestach, the world's No.1 junior player, at the official draw ceremony.
Casey Dellacqua scored the first upset of the week, beating No.5 seed Shahar Peer on Monday.
Italian trailblazer Francesca Schiavone met the press at the Brussels Open's All-Access Hour.
Fresh from a week off, No.3-ranked Vera Zvonareva met the Belgian press at All-Access Hour.
Jelena Jankovic's campaign would hit a roadblock named Sofia Arvidsson in the second round.
Sofia Arvidsson recorded a 36 63 63 upset of No.4 seed Jelena Jankovic on Wednesday afternoon.
Belgian teenager Alison Van Uytvanck reached the second round in her very first WTA event.
Yanina Wickmayer edged countrywoman Alison Van Uytvanck in a tight two-setter to make the quarters.
Peng Shuai signed autographs at the Dubai Duty Free stand after making it to the quarterfinals.
Vera Zvonareva, Caroline Wozniacki, Yanina Wickmayer and Jelena Jankovic at the Cartier boutique.
Japan's Ayumi Morita scraped past resurgent Australian Casey Dellacqua to reach the quarters.