Jelena Jankovic was one of the last four standing in Dubai and spent some time with fans too.
Ana Ivanovic barely missed the cut, falling to Caroline Wozniacki in Thursday's quarterfinals.
Ana Ivanovic is now a three-time quarterfinalist in Dubai, but has never progressed any further.
Daniela Hantuchova also made the quarterfinals but lost in three tough sets to Julia Goerges.
Aga Radwanska and Sinead El Sibai, Marketing VP of Dubai Duty Free, helped judge a dress contest.
Jelena Jankovic's run came to an end in the semifinals Friday to Agnieszka Radwanska, 62 26 60.
Julia Goerges beat Caroline Wozniacki in the second semifinal in a tight two-setter, 76(3) 75.
Caroline Wozniacki has lost to Julia Goerges three times, also at Stuttgart and Madrid in 2011.
Saturday's first match saw Lisa Raymond and Liezel Huber win their third title in as many weeks.
Julia Goerges and Agnieszka Radwanska got ready to hit center court with the prize between them.
The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships title brings 470 points and almost $450,000 with it.
Agnieszka Radwanska pounced early, breaking serve in the very first game of Saturday's final.
Agnieszka Radwanska lost the break later in the first set, but regrouped to take it anyway, 7-5.
Julia Goerges went down a double break early in the second set and got one of the breaks back...
But Agnieszka Radwanska closed it out, scoring a 75 64 victory to win her first title of the year.
Agnieszka Radwanska improved to 2-0 against Julia Goerges with the win, both meetings this year.
Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond collected their trophies at a combined trophy ceremony afterwards.
Aga Radwanska and Julia Goerges had some royal company during Saturday night's trophy ceremony.
In the 11 years of the Dubai tournament, nine champions had been or would become World No.1.
Only Elena Dementieva won Dubai and never got to No.1. Dementieva's career-high was No.3.