Jasmin Woehr helped out at Kids Day, one of many events kicking off the Generali Ladies Linz.
Sybille Bammer, a former Top 20 player from Austria, also pitched in during a Kids Day clinic.
Sybille Bammer retired from the WTA during the summer. Her last tournament came in Bad Gastein.
Petra Kvitova, the top seed at the Generali Ladies Linz, met the press. Jelena Jankovic did too.
Austrian No.1 Tamira Paszek took to the practice courts in preparation for her home tournament.
Austrian No.2 Patricia Mayr-Achleitner, a finalist at Bad Gastein in the summer, also practicing.
Petra Kvitova, age 21 from the Czech Republic, is playing in Linz for the fourth straight year.
Petra Kvitova's best previous result in Linz was a runner-up finish to Yanina Wickmayer in 2009.
Petra Kvitova had never been ranked in the Top 30 coming into Linz - this year she is at No.4.
Lucie Safarova and Tamira Paszek, a wildcard team, lost their first round doubles match Monday.
Julia Goerges with Sandra Reichel at the Generali Ladies Linz player party on Monday evening.
Petra Kvitova at the player party. The theme for the night was Women In Red, hence their dresses.
Lucie Safarova at the party, which was held at the HQ of local steel manufacturer Voestalpine.
Although she had to withdraw from the tennis due to injury, Andrea Petkovic attended the party.
Tamira Paszek with a guest at the player party. There was a fire show, live music and more.