Brisbane Gallery: Off The Court In Australia
The Top 3 players in the world - Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams - have been meeting young fans and seeing the sights of Brisbane this week. See the pics here!
Published January 02, 2013 12:00
Maria Sharapova has been one of many WTA stars shining off the court so far this week.
The World No.2 took some time out to hit with young fans on the mini-tennis courts.
Serena Williams stepped off the courts to visit the Wheel Of Brisbane in South Bank.
The World No.3 goes into the quarterfinals having won 50 of her last 52 matches.
Victoria Azarenka has also been keeping up appearances off of the court in Brisbane.
The World No.1 spent some time with some younger fans over on the mini-tennis courts.
Who better to learn from in Brisbane than the reigning Australian Open champion...
Victoria Azarenka rose to No.1 after last year's Aussie Open now has 45 weeks there.
Victoria Azarenka has held No.1 for all but four weeks since - Maria Sharapova had four.
Tamira Paszek, a two-time Wimbledon quarterfinalist, spent time with the kids, too.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands styled some kids with colored hairpsray as part of Kids Day.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands posed with some of her creations after the Kids Day activity.
Sara Errani, ranked No.6 in singles and No.2 in doubles, signed autographs for fans.
Olga Govortsova, Belarus' No.2 player after the World No.1, at an autograph session.
A day after reaching her first Premier quarterfinal, Ksenia Pervak signed for her fans.