There was a lot of fun off the court in Acapulco to go along with world class tennis on the court.
Romanians Irina-Camelia Begu and Alexandra Dulgheru led a USANA clinic for several local players.
Irina-Camelia Begu and Alexandra Dulgheru are Romania's No.4 and No.5-ranked players in the world.
All of the Top 5 Romanians are ranked in the Top 60 in the world. Irina-Camelia Begu is at No.53.
Flavia Pennetta, who had reached six straight finals in Acapulco, spoke to media before the event.
Flavia Pennetta also helped out at the draw ceremony. The Italian was the No.2 seed in the draw.
Sara Errani was among a Top 3-seeded Italian trio, alongside Roberta Vinci and Flavia Pennetta.
Flavia Pennetta barely survived the second round - Sofia Arvidsson served for the match twice.
Flavia Pennetta, always one of the most popular faces at the event, did a USANA autograph session.
Flavia Pennetta is a two-time champion at the Abierto Mexicano TELCEL and a four-time runner-up.
Roberta Vinci, who won three WTA titles and cracked the Top 20 last year, during a sponsor visit.
Roberta Vinci has won six WTA titles in all, on all three surfaces - hardcourt, clay and grass.
Paola Suarez was honored on Thursday after winning her 500th career doubles match on Wednesday.
Sara Errani powered past best friend Roberta Vinci in the semifinals on Friday afternoon, 64 61.
Irina-Camelia Begu made the semifinals too but couldn't overcome Flavia Pennetta, losing 62 62.