China's Li Na was one of the WTA stars who took part in Monday afternoon's All-Access Hour.
Caroline Wozniacki, top seed and defending champion at the Rogers Cup, at All-Access Hour.
Maria Sharapova, a finalist in Toronto two years ago, met the press at All-Access Hour.
Vera Zvonareva, who made the final of the Rogers Cup in Montreal last year, met the media.
Victoria Azarenka at All-Access Hour. Azarenka is currently ranked a career-high No.4.
South American No.1 Gisela Dulko met fans and signed autographs at the Dubai Duty Free booth.
Kim Clijsters went downtown to launch Rogers Cup Live, bringing tennis to public viewing areas.
Kim Clijsters posed for photos and signed autographs downtown at the Rogers Cup Live launch.
Maria Kirilenko signed autographs for her many fans during a visit to the USANA booth.
Playing in her first match in six weeks, Jelena Jankovic looked rusty on Monday evening.
Julia Goerges snapped a four-match losing streak by beating Jelena Jankovic handily, 61 63.
Nuria Llagostera Vives and Arantxa Parra Santonja spoke to fans during a player chat Tuesday.
Sam Stosur signed autographs Tuesday. Stosur plays Aleksandra Wozniak in the second round.
Serena Williams met Alona Bondarenko at the net after beating the former Top 20 player, 60 63.
Zheng Jie met the press after Kim Clijsters retired from their second rounder Tuesday night.