Tokyo Gallery: USANA, Sushi Making & More
Marion Bartoli is just one of the many WTA stars continuing to shine off of the court in Tokyo.
Published September 27, 2012 12:00
Six WTA players assembled on Tuesday for a sushi making activity at the Toray Pan Pacific Open.
Kveta Peschke, Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Darija Jurak, Katalin Marosi, Petra Martic and Maria Kirilenko.
Sushi making is a part of the off-court activities most every year at the Toray Pan Pacific Open.
Kveta Peschke and Anna-Lena Groenefeld are the No.4-seeded team in the doubles draw this week.
The players posed with their creations and the sushi chefs who helped them after the experience.
Darija Jurak has reached one WTA doubles final and three WTA doubles semifinals already this year.
Maria Kirilenko had to pull out of the tournament with a back injury but still kept up appearances.
Lisa Raymond, co-ranked No.3 in doubles alongside Liezel Huber, at a question and answer session.
Sabine Lisicki, doubles partner of Lisa Raymond this week, signed for fans at an autograph session.
Another one of Germany's top stars, Angelique Kerber, also signed autographs for some young fans.
World No.10 Marion Bartoli took some time out to meet with representatives from USANA Japan.
USANA Japan is a division of USANA Health Sciences, the WTA's Official Health Supplement Supplier.