New Haven Gallery: Preparing For NYC
A packed field was in New Haven this year, going for Premier glory and Grand Slam momentum.
Published August 26, 2012 12:00
Caroline Wozniacki with Cliff Drysdale and Rennae Stubbs at the ESPN set after her quarterfinal win.
Tournament Director Anne Worcester received the 15-year tournament award for the New Haven Open at Yale.
Petra Kvitova followed the presentation up with a straight set victory over good friend Lucie Safarova.
The quarterfinal win over Lucie Safarova won Petra Kvitova the Emirates Airline US Open Series title.
Liezel Huber gave autographs after she and co-World No.1 Lisa Raymond won an early round doubles match.
Andrea Petkovic busted a move at a boxholder appreciation visit. Several other WTA stars looked on.
Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka at the Ladies Day Luncheon and Vineyard Wines Fashion Show.
Caroline Wozniacki met the press after having to retire in her semifinal match with an injured knee.
Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy and Tournament Director Anne Worcester before Friday's night semifinal.
Petra Kvitova would cruise past Sara Errani in straight sets to reach the final of the Premier event.
Saturday afternoon's first champions were Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond, who won the doubles crown.
NHL star Alexander Ovechkin was in Maria Kirilenko's support box during the final Saturday afternoon.
Petra Kvitova came through in the clutch in the final, saving set points in both sets to win, 76(9) 75.
Maria Kirilenko had just beaten Petra Kvitova a few weeks ago in the quarterfinals of the Olympics.
Petra Kvitova won her second WTA title in three weeks, having also conquered Montreal two weeks before.