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Dallas Gallery: More Memories From Dallas

The stars of the WTA were shining brightly, deep in the heart of Texas this year...

Published August 28, 2011 12:00

Melanie Oudin got the honor of throwing out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game.
Melanie Oudin got the honor of throwing out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game.
Sabine Lisicki rode into town hoping to collect her second WTA title of the summer.
Sabine Lisicki rode into town hoping to collect her second WTA title of the summer.
Aravane Rezai was hopeful she could get on the path back to the world's Top 15 in Dallas.
Aravane Rezai was hopeful she could get on the path back to the world's Top 15 in Dallas.
Melanie Oudin, a US Open quarterfinalist two years ago, met some ballkids from Dallas.
Melanie Oudin, a US Open quarterfinalist two years ago, met some ballkids from Dallas.
Irina-Camelia Begu, a two-time finalist on the WTA this year, stormed into the semis.
Irina-Camelia Begu, a two-time finalist on the WTA this year, stormed into the semis.
She had to retire in her first round match with injury, but Yanina Wickmayer stuck around.
She had to retire in her first round match with injury, but Yanina Wickmayer stuck around.
Yanina Wickmayer met some of her young fans during an autograph session during the week.
Yanina Wickmayer met some of her young fans during an autograph session during the week.
Yanina Wickmayer signed her Strong Is Beautiful poster, which was hung in center court.
Yanina Wickmayer signed her Strong Is Beautiful poster, which was hung in center court.
Aravane Rezai made it all the way to the final, where she tried to match Sabine Lisicki.
Aravane Rezai made it all the way to the final, where she tried to match Sabine Lisicki.
Sabine Lisicki was just too powerful on the day however, beating Aravane Rezai, 62 61.
Sabine Lisicki was just too powerful on the day however, beating Aravane Rezai, 62 61.
Sabine Lisicki rejoiced after winning her second WTA title of 2011 and third of her career.
Sabine Lisicki rejoiced after winning her second WTA title of 2011 and third of her career.
Aravane Rezai and Sabine Lisicki with their trophies after Saturday's singles final.
Aravane Rezai and Sabine Lisicki with their trophies after Saturday's singles final.
Aravane Rezai signed a poster promoting junior tennis at the inaugural Texas Tennis Open.
Aravane Rezai signed a poster promoting junior tennis at the inaugural Texas Tennis Open.
Alize Cornet and Pauline Parmentier celebrated after winning in the doubles semifinals.
Alize Cornet and Pauline Parmentier celebrated after winning in the doubles semifinals.
Alberta Brianti and Sorana Cirstea were too much for the French pair in the doubles final.
Alberta Brianti and Sorana Cirstea were too much for the French pair in the doubles final.
  • Melanie Oudin got the honor of throwing out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game.
  • Sabine Lisicki rode into town hoping to collect her second WTA title of the summer.
  • Aravane Rezai was hopeful she could get on the path back to the world's Top 15 in Dallas.
  • Melanie Oudin, a US Open quarterfinalist two years ago, met some ballkids from Dallas.
  • Irina-Camelia Begu, a two-time finalist on the WTA this year, stormed into the semis.
  • She had to retire in her first round match with injury, but Yanina Wickmayer stuck around.
  • Yanina Wickmayer met some of her young fans during an autograph session during the week.
  • Yanina Wickmayer signed her Strong Is Beautiful poster, which was hung in center court.
  • Aravane Rezai made it all the way to the final, where she tried to match Sabine Lisicki.
  • Sabine Lisicki was just too powerful on the day however, beating Aravane Rezai, 62 61.
  • Sabine Lisicki rejoiced after winning her second WTA title of 2011 and third of her career.
  • Aravane Rezai and Sabine Lisicki with their trophies after Saturday's singles final.
  • Aravane Rezai signed a poster promoting junior tennis at the inaugural Texas Tennis Open.
  • Alize Cornet and Pauline Parmentier celebrated after winning in the doubles semifinals.
  • Alberta Brianti and Sorana Cirstea were too much for the French pair in the doubles final.
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