Now in its second year, the Brussels Open continued to blossom at the Primrose Royal Tennis Club.
Young Belgian Alison Van Uytvanck helped out at the official draw ceremony over the weekend.
Also attending the draw ceremony was Tournament Director and former World No.9 Dominique Monami.
Current Belgian No.1 Yanina Wickmayer did some pressers before starting at her home tournament.
Though they had to withdraw from the tournament, Angelique Kerber and Petra Cetkovksa still visited.
Having just made her debut in the Top 10, Angelique Kerber made some sponsor visits in Brussels.
Petra Cetkovska, who beat Agnieszka Radwanska in Rome last week, did a meet and greet with ballkids.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova met fans and signed autographs at the Babolat booth earlier in the week.
Brussels Open top seed Agnieszka Radwanska visited the Magritte Museum in Brussels in some down time.
The museum opened on a long weekend just for Agnieszka Radwanska, and gave her a personal tour too.
Nadia Petrova met the Belgian press after a straight set first round win over Kateryna Bondarenko.
It wasn't all good news in the press room - Jelena Jankovic spoke after a tough first round defeat.
Urszula Radwanska signed autographs after beating Marion Bartoli, the third Top 10 win of her career.
Nadia Petrova is a two-time semifinalist at the French Open and has been ranked as high as No.3.
Cartier invited three WTA players along to the store for a meet and greet, and to give them some bling.
Dominika Cibulkova at Cartier, trying on - and later receiving - a shiny gift from the high-end store.
Dominika Cibulkova's best Grand Slam result came on this surface - the semifinals of the French in 2009.
Dominika Cibulkova ended up reaching the quarterfinals in Brussels before falling to Simona Halep.
Marion Bartoli's gift from Cartier brightened her day after a second round loss to Urszula Radwanska.
Cartier also brightened Yanina Wickmayer's day after her second round loss to Dominika Cibulkova.