The Citi booth was a popular stop for WTA players during the week - whose autograph is this one?
Mirjana Lucic's. The Croatian stopped off at the Citi booth, signing autographs and meeting fans.
Shuko Aoyama and Magdalena Rybarikova at a clinic. They would eventually both lift trophies in DC.
Coco Vandeweghe, who reached her first WTA final recently at Stanford, met one of her young fans.
The big-hitting young American would reach the quarterfinals of the Citi Open without dropping a set.
Another young American, Vania King, would end Coco Vandeweghe's run in the quarterfinals, 61 36 64.
Five WTA players went on a very special excursion during some down time in the nation's capital.
The White House in Washington DC is the official residence and principal workplace of the US President.
Vera Dushevina and Mirjana Lucic at the White House, which was built in the late 18th century.
Mirjana Lucic recently defeated Marion Bartoli at Wimbledon, her first Top 10 victory in 13 years.
WTA veteran Mirjana Lucic is one of two Croatian players in the Top 100, along with Petra Martic.
Johanna Larsson and Jasmin Woehr posed for a picture with a new friend during the White House tour.
Vera Dushevina and Mirjana Lucic at the tour. Both players unfortunately lost early at the Citi Open.
Edina Gallovits-Hall was also among the WTA players who stopped off at the Citi booth and suites.
Edina Gallovits-Hall is a one-time finalist and five-time semifinalist so far in her WTA career.
Chang Kai-Chen, Chinese Taipei's No.3 player behind Hsieh Su-Wei and Chan Yung-Jan, at the Citi booth.
Chang Kai-Chen and Shuko Aoyama won the doubles title. It was Aoyama's first WTA title of any kind.
Chanelle Scheepers and Irina Falconi, who blogged from the Citi Open, were the runners-up in doubles.
Magdalena Rybarikova upset the Top 3 seeds in DC, including Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the final.
Magdalena Rybarikova, who captured her third WTA title in Washington DC, held up her ducky charm.