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US Open Gallery: Vera Visits The Grounds

The stars of the WTA showed strong is beautiful on and off the courts at the US Open. Check it out.

Published September 02, 2011 12:00

No.11 seed Jelena Jankovic was one of the first winners of the day, beating Jelena Dokic, 63 64.
No.11 seed Jelena Jankovic was one of the first winners of the day, beating Jelena Dokic, 63 64.
No.28 seed Serena Williams dismissed Dutch qualifier Michaella Krajicek on Ashe Stadium, 60 61.
No.28 seed Serena Williams dismissed Dutch qualifier Michaella Krajicek on Ashe Stadium, 60 61.
Zheng Jie led Andrea Petkovic 63 30 but eventually succumbed to the No.10-seeded German, 36 63 63.
Zheng Jie led Andrea Petkovic 63 30 but eventually succumbed to the No.10-seeded German, 36 63 63.
On a day off from singles, Vera Zvonareva visited the WTA booth and signed some autographs.
On a day off from singles, Vera Zvonareva visited the WTA booth and signed some autographs.
Jasmin Woehr during her doubles match with Sofia Arvidsson. They lost to Cibulkova and Schiavone.
Jasmin Woehr during her doubles match with Sofia Arvidsson. They lost to Cibulkova and Schiavone.
American wildcard Sloane Stephens pulled off a straight set upset over No.23 seed Shahar Peer.
American wildcard Sloane Stephens pulled off a straight set upset over No.23 seed Shahar Peer.
Another young American, Vania King, beat No.29 seed Jarmila Gajdosova. Next, Caroline Wozniacki.
Another young American, Vania King, beat No.29 seed Jarmila Gajdosova. Next, Caroline Wozniacki.
A picture from earlier in the fortnight of Liezel Huber's visit to NASDAQ, Robin Soderling too.
A picture from earlier in the fortnight of Liezel Huber's visit to NASDAQ, Robin Soderling too.
World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki powered past Arantxa Rus in the feature night match on Arthur Ashe.
World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki powered past Arantxa Rus in the feature night match on Arthur Ashe.
Caroline Wozniacki will next face Vania King. They have played twice, Wozniacki has won twice.
Caroline Wozniacki will next face Vania King. They have played twice, Wozniacki has won twice.
  • No.11 seed Jelena Jankovic was one of the first winners of the day, beating Jelena Dokic, 63 64.
  • No.28 seed Serena Williams dismissed Dutch qualifier Michaella Krajicek on Ashe Stadium, 60 61.
  • Zheng Jie led Andrea Petkovic 63 30 but eventually succumbed to the No.10-seeded German, 36 63 63.
  • On a day off from singles, Vera Zvonareva visited the WTA booth and signed some autographs.
  • Jasmin Woehr during her doubles match with Sofia Arvidsson. They lost to Cibulkova and Schiavone.
  • American wildcard Sloane Stephens pulled off a straight set upset over No.23 seed Shahar Peer.
  • Another young American, Vania King, beat No.29 seed Jarmila Gajdosova. Next, Caroline Wozniacki.
  • A picture from earlier in the fortnight of Liezel Huber's visit to NASDAQ, Robin Soderling too.
  • World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki powered past Arantxa Rus in the feature night match on Arthur Ashe.
  • Caroline Wozniacki will next face Vania King. They have played twice, Wozniacki has won twice.
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