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Olympic Gallery: The World In One Stadium

The stars of the WTA marched proudly at the opening ceremony for the London Olympics.

Published July 28, 2012 12:00

The opening ceremony took place Friday night at the Olympic Stadium. Can you spot Paola Suarez?
The opening ceremony took place Friday night at the Olympic Stadium. Can you spot Paola Suarez?
Argentina was one of the first countries to march. Gisela Dulko far left, Paola Suarez just ahead.
Argentina was one of the first countries to march. Gisela Dulko far left, Paola Suarez just ahead.
Rushmi Chakravarthi and Sania Mirza, who will represent India in doubles, at the opening ceremony.
Rushmi Chakravarthi and Sania Mirza, who will represent India in doubles, at the opening ceremony.
Stephanie Vogt of Liechtenstein was one of three WTA players who were flag bearers Friday night.
Stephanie Vogt of Liechtenstein was one of three WTA players who were flag bearers Friday night.
Another flag bearer from the WTA ranks was Polish No.1 - and World No.2 - Agnieszka Radwanska.
Another flag bearer from the WTA ranks was Polish No.1 - and World No.2 - Agnieszka Radwanska.
World No.3 Maria Sharapova was the third flag bearer from the WTA, leading the Russian contingent.
World No.3 Maria Sharapova was the third flag bearer from the WTA, leading the Russian contingent.
Only six times have WTA players been flag bearers - twice in 1996, once in 2004, three more in 2012.
Only six times have WTA players been flag bearers - twice in 1996, once in 2004, three more in 2012.
Katarina Srebotnik to the left of the Slovenia sign, Polona Hercog to the far right of the picture.
Katarina Srebotnik to the left of the Slovenia sign, Polona Hercog to the far right of the picture.
Polona Hercog, who is directly under the Slovenia sign, just won her second WTA title in Bastad.
Polona Hercog, who is directly under the Slovenia sign, just won her second WTA title in Bastad.
Spain's Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, who has four Olympic medals - two in singles, two in doubles.
Spain's Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, who has four Olympic medals - two in singles, two in doubles.
At the top left of the photo is Carla Suarez Navarro, marching proudly with the Spanish contingent.
At the top left of the photo is Carla Suarez Navarro, marching proudly with the Spanish contingent.
Where's Varvara? The massive American contingent included American rising star Varvara Lepchenko.
Where's Varvara? The massive American contingent included American rising star Varvara Lepchenko.
  • The opening ceremony took place Friday night at the Olympic Stadium. Can you spot Paola Suarez?
  • Argentina was one of the first countries to march. Gisela Dulko far left, Paola Suarez just ahead.
  • Rushmi Chakravarthi and Sania Mirza, who will represent India in doubles, at the opening ceremony.
  • Stephanie Vogt of Liechtenstein was one of three WTA players who were flag bearers Friday night.
  • Another flag bearer from the WTA ranks was Polish No.1 - and World No.2 - Agnieszka Radwanska.
  • World No.3 Maria Sharapova was the third flag bearer from the WTA, leading the Russian contingent.
  • Only six times have WTA players been flag bearers - twice in 1996, once in 2004, three more in 2012.
  • Katarina Srebotnik to the left of the Slovenia sign, Polona Hercog to the far right of the picture.
  • Polona Hercog, who is directly under the Slovenia sign, just won her second WTA title in Bastad.
  • Spain's Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, who has four Olympic medals - two in singles, two in doubles.
  • At the top left of the photo is Carla Suarez Navarro, marching proudly with the Spanish contingent.
  • Where's Varvara? The massive American contingent included American rising star Varvara Lepchenko.
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