Fresh off her best Grand Slam run, Irina Falconi took part in a question and answer session in Quebec.
Irina Falconi got her first Top 20 win over Dominika Cibulkova and made the third round at the US Open.
Sofia Arvidsson, a former finalist in Quebec and the No.5 seed this year, did an on-court interview.
Five players from this year's Bell Challenge alongside Lucie Safarova's big sister, second from right.
The Bell Challenge's top seed, Daniela Hantuchova, with her mom, Marianna, at the player welcome party.
Canadian No.1 Rebecca Marino posed with sports studies students at Sunday night's player welcome party.
The stars of the Bell Challenge, including top seed Daniela Hantuchova, posed as the party kicked off.
The player party livened up with live magic.
The magician recruited some player participation on behalf of Rebecca Marino and Andrea Hlavackova.
Marie-Eve Pelletier was given her prize as raffle winner by the Tournament Director and sponsor Laurier.
Daniela Hantuchova, ranked No.25 in the world and the top seed at the Bell Challenge, at a TV interview.
French Canadian stars Aleksandra Wozniak and Stephanie Dubois were interviewed by a local TV station.
Melinda Czink, who won her first WTA title in Quebec City two years ago, at a question and answer session.
British rising star Heather Watson signed autographs as she embarked on her first main draw in Quebec.
Daniela Hantuchova with Tournament Director Jacques Herisset and President of Challenge Bell Claude Rousseau.
More from Daniela Hantuchova's sponsor visit. The Slovak star spoke to and met with Bell employees.
Daniela Hantuchova visited Mercedes-Benz, with Denis Lefrancois showing her one of their models.
Daniela Hantuchova at Mercedes-Benz.
Lucie Safarova took part in a question and answer session with local schoolkids from Quebec City.
Young Canadian rising star Eugenie Bouchard signed autographs for her younger fans.