Arriving at the Legends Ball: The WTA's Peachy Kellmeyer, who was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in July, with ITHF chairman Christopher Clouser and Stacey Allaster, chairman and CEO of the WTA.
Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi, Kellmeyer's fellow inductee in the Hall of Fame's Class of 2011.
Former No.1 Jennifer Capriati, who has been nominated for induction in 2012, walked the red carpet.
Kellmeyer and Wendy Turnbull, who was Australia's last US Open finalist (1977) until Sam Stosur came along.
New York glamor: Cipriani Wall Street was dressed to the nines for the occasion.
Hall of Famers, all: Tracy Austin, Pam Shriver, Kellmeyer, Billie Jean King and Maria Bueno.
Four legendary women, 60 Grand Slam singles titles: Graf, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert and Austin.
Kellmeyer caught up with sports marketer and promoter Karen Scott Happer.
World Team Tennis commissioner Ilana Kloss, Kellmeyer and WTA founder King.
A live and silent auction of exclusive tennis experiences, travel and memorabilia raised more than $150,000 for the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum.
Evert and Capriati mingled with fellow former French Open champion Iva Majoli and a guest.
The centenary of venerable brand Fila was also celebrated with a display of vintage and more recent designs.
Capriati posed with the design she wore when winning the Australian Open in 2002.
Evert with her eldest son, Alex Mill.
Guests including Agassi and Graf enjoyed a special performance from Grammy Award winner Marc Cohn.
Emcee Mary Carillo interviewed Agassi and Kellmeyer.
Wall-to-wall legends: Graf, Shriver, Navratilova, Evert, Austin, Stan Smith, King, Bueno.
Evert, Austin, Smith and King shared a laugh.
CBS veteran Dick Enberg was also honored, with Tony Trabert joining the tributes.
Ready for dinner at Cipriani Wall Street.