Daniela Hantuchova, a finalist in Luxembourg four years ago, signed autographs for her many fans.
Victoria Azarenka enjoying the buffet dinner at the BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open player's party.
Luxembourg's No.1 player, Mandy Minella, fought hard but succumbed to Anne Keothavong first round.
Daniela Hantuchova suffered a first round setback to big-serving Czech Lucie Hradecka, 67(3) 75 61.
Victoria Azarenka joined Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Flavia Pennetta for pre-tournament interviews.
Italian veteran Alberta Brianti reached the second round with a win over Georgia's Anna Tatishvili.
Ana Ivanovic, who won the title in Luxembourg in 2007, met fans and press at a question and answer.
During some down time in her march to the semifinals, Julia Goerges signed autographs for her fans.
Anne Keothavong made her seventh WTA semifinal but fell to 0-7 in those, losing to Monica Niculescu.
No.6 seed Julia Goerges was knocked out in the second semifinal, falling to Victoria Azarenka, 63 63.
Victoria Azarenka, the No.1 seed at the BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open, during some VIP suite visits.
Despite having to withdraw before the tournament, German No.1 Andrea Petkovic kept up appearances.
Ekaterina Makarova and Lucie Hradecka, seeded No.2 in the doubles, powered their way into the final.
Iveta Benesova and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova both lost to Victoria Azarenka in the singles draw...
But the Czech pair hung around and won their fourth WTA doubles title of the year Sunday afternoon.
Victoria Azarenka powered past first-time WTA finalist Monica Niculescu for the title, 62 62.
Runner-up Monica Niculescu and champion Victoria Azarenka with their trophies after the singles final.
Victoria Azarenka won her third WTA title of the year, having won Miami and Marbella back in April.
Victoria Azarenka was playing in her 15th WTA final and broke her personal tie, moving to 8-7 in those.
Victoria Azarenka now goes to Istanbul, her third appearance at the TEB BNP Paribas WTA Championships.