Seoul Gallery: Caroline Shines Off The Court
Caroline Wozniacki hasn't only been drawing in crowds on the courts of the KDB Korea Open.
Published September 22, 2012 12:00
The KDB Korea Open attracted eight Top 30 players this year, including a certain former World No.1.
Caroline Wozniacki was the top seed in Seoul and would live up to that, winning through to the final.
Kimiko Date-Krumm fell first round but has conquered the KDB Korea Open before, winning it in 2009.
While No.4 seed Nadia Petrova was serving up bombs in her first round win over Lourdes Dominguez Lino...
No.7 seed Klara Zakopalova was serving up racquet bounces in her first round win over Garbine Muguruza.
And Galina Voskoboeva was serving up some classy designs in her first round win, courtesy of Peak.
Jeon Mi-Ra, a former WTA player from South Korea, led a Magic Tennis activity for the young ones.
The KDB Korea Open's Top 2 seeds, Caroline Wozniacki and Maria Kirilenko, at the player welcome party.
Varvara Lepchenko at the party. By virtue of her results this week, Lepchenko will crack the Top 20.
Caroline Wozniacki at an adidas autograph session, with her many, many fans showing their support.
Caroline Wozniacki at an adidas activity. Wozniacki has spent 67 weeks as the No.1 player in the world.
A group photo of the young winners from the Magic Tennis Redball Tournament earlier on in the week.