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Copenhagen Gallery

Caroline Wozniacki, Johanna Larsson and Jasmin Woehr all collected titles in Copenhagen this year.

Published June 12, 2011 12:00

Caroline Wozniacki took the doubles court with good friend and fellow Dane Malou Ejdesgaard.
Caroline Wozniacki took the doubles court with good friend and fellow Dane Malou Ejdesgaard.
Caroline Wozniacki had won the e-Boks Sony Ericsson Open in its inaugural year last year.
Caroline Wozniacki had won the e-Boks Sony Ericsson Open in its inaugural year last year.
Klara Zakopalova, the No.2 seed and last year's runner-up, lost to Kathrin Woerle first round.
Klara Zakopalova, the No.2 seed and last year's runner-up, lost to Kathrin Woerle first round.
Angelique Kerber, Kristina Mladenovic and Katarzyna Piter at the Copenhagen player party.
Angelique Kerber, Kristina Mladenovic and Katarzyna Piter at the Copenhagen player party.
WTA Chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster with President of the Nordic Sports Group, Steen Thomsen.
WTA Chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster with President of the Nordic Sports Group, Steen Thomsen.
Italian veteran Alberta Brianti reached the quarterfinals before falling to Caroline Wozniacki.
Italian veteran Alberta Brianti reached the quarterfinals before falling to Caroline Wozniacki.
Caroline Wozniacki stopped off to meet some of her many fans after winning her semifinal match.
Caroline Wozniacki stopped off to meet some of her many fans after winning her semifinal match.
Petra Martic led Lucie Safarova 61 40 in the semifinals but fell to the Czech lefty, 16 64 62.
Petra Martic led Lucie Safarova 61 40 in the semifinals but fell to the Czech lefty, 16 64 62.
Jasmin Woehr and Johanna Larsson collected their first WTA doubles title together on Sunday.
Jasmin Woehr and Johanna Larsson collected their first WTA doubles title together on Sunday.
Caroline Wozniacki won her fifth WTA title of the year with a 61 64 win over Lucie Safarova.
Caroline Wozniacki won her fifth WTA title of the year with a 61 64 win over Lucie Safarova.
  • Caroline Wozniacki took the doubles court with good friend and fellow Dane Malou Ejdesgaard.
  • Caroline Wozniacki had won the e-Boks Sony Ericsson Open in its inaugural year last year.
  • Klara Zakopalova, the No.2 seed and last year's runner-up, lost to Kathrin Woerle first round.
  • Angelique Kerber, Kristina Mladenovic and Katarzyna Piter at the Copenhagen player party.
  • WTA Chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster with President of the Nordic Sports Group, Steen Thomsen.
  • Italian veteran Alberta Brianti reached the quarterfinals before falling to Caroline Wozniacki.
  • Caroline Wozniacki stopped off to meet some of her many fans after winning her semifinal match.
  • Petra Martic led Lucie Safarova 61 40 in the semifinals but fell to the Czech lefty, 16 64 62.
  • Jasmin Woehr and Johanna Larsson collected their first WTA doubles title together on Sunday.
  • Caroline Wozniacki won her fifth WTA title of the year with a 61 64 win over Lucie Safarova.
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