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Den Bosch Gallery: Wrapping Up The Week

Kim Clijsters returned to action, Urszula Radwanska made her first final and Nadia Petrova won her first grass court title at the UNICEF Open.

Published June 23, 2012 11:03

2003 's-Hertogenbosch champion Kim Clijsters participated in an autograph session.
2003 's-Hertogenbosch champion Kim Clijsters participated in an autograph session.
After qualifying, Kirsten Flipkens beat No.1 seed Samantha Stosur en route to the semifinals.
After qualifying, Kirsten Flipkens beat No.1 seed Samantha Stosur en route to the semifinals.
Kim Clijsters with Robin Haase, who was competing in the ATP version of the UNICEF Open.
Kim Clijsters with Robin Haase, who was competing in the ATP version of the UNICEF Open.
In her first event since Miami, Kim Clijsters made the semifinals before withdrawing with an abdominal injury.
In her first event since Miami, Kim Clijsters made the semifinals before withdrawing with an abdominal injury.
Urszula Radwanska enjoyed a styling session with Oriflame - Official Cosmetics of the WTA.
Urszula Radwanska enjoyed a styling session with Oriflame - Official Cosmetics of the WTA.
Urszula Radwanska admired her reflection during her Oriflame styling session.
Urszula Radwanska admired her reflection during her Oriflame styling session.
Urszula Radwanska smiled for the camera after her Oriflame styling session.
Urszula Radwanska smiled for the camera after her Oriflame styling session.
Nadia Petrova was appearing in her first WTA final since her triumph at College Park last summer.
Nadia Petrova was appearing in her first WTA final since her triumph at College Park last summer.
Urszula Radwanska went from qualifying all the way to her first career WTA final.
Urszula Radwanska went from qualifying all the way to her first career WTA final.
Runner-up Urszula Radwanska and champion Nadia Petrova after the Russian captured her 11th career title.
Runner-up Urszula Radwanska and champion Nadia Petrova after the Russian captured her 11th career title.
Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci got fired up about their 23rd straight doubles win and fifth consecutive title.
Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci got fired up about their 23rd straight doubles win and fifth consecutive title.
Doubles runners-ups Maria Kirilenko and Nadia Petrova and champions Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani.
Doubles runners-ups Maria Kirilenko and Nadia Petrova and champions Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani.
  • 2003 's-Hertogenbosch champion Kim Clijsters participated in an autograph session.
  • After qualifying, Kirsten Flipkens beat No.1 seed Samantha Stosur en route to the semifinals.
  • Kim Clijsters with Robin Haase, who was competing in the ATP version of the UNICEF Open.
  • In her first event since Miami, Kim Clijsters made the semifinals before withdrawing with an abdominal injury.
  • Urszula Radwanska enjoyed a styling session with Oriflame - Official Cosmetics of the WTA.
  • Urszula Radwanska admired her reflection during her Oriflame styling session.
  • Urszula Radwanska smiled for the camera after her Oriflame styling session.
  • Nadia Petrova was appearing in her first WTA final since her triumph at College Park last summer.
  • Urszula Radwanska went from qualifying all the way to her first career WTA final.
  • Runner-up Urszula Radwanska and champion Nadia Petrova after the Russian captured her 11th career title.
  • Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci got fired up about their 23rd straight doubles win and fifth consecutive title.
  • Doubles runners-ups Maria Kirilenko and Nadia Petrova and champions Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani.
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