Copenhagen Gallery: Player Party & More
The stars are shining at the e-Boks Open in Copenhagen this week, on and off the courts.
Published April 10, 2012 12:00
The third annual e-Boks Open had its player party, with Jelena Jankovic stepping out in style.
Denmark's own Caroline Wozniacki, who captured the first two e-Boks Opens, at the player party.
Caroline Wozniacki with golf star Rory McIlroy, a former World No.1 currently ranked No.2.
Caroline Wozniacki, Rory McIlroy and Henrik Andersen, Managing Director at title sponsor e-Boks.
Malou Ejdesgaard, a 21-year-old Danish wildcard, squared off against Frenchwoman Alize Cornet.
Alize Cornet, once ranked as high as No.11 in the world, beat Malou Ejdesgaard routinely, 60 60.
Urszula Radwanska played top seed Caroline Wozniacki extremely close in an 82-minute first set.
Caroline Wozniacki was down 5-2 and three set points at one point against Urszula Radwanska.
But the former World No.1 fought it all off, rallying back to win the first set in a tie-break.
World No.6 Caroline Wozniacki improved to 11-0 at the e-Boks Open with a 76(4) 62 victory.