Monterrey Gallery: Sign Your Name
From Angelique to Ana and Urszula to defending champion Timea, the stars of the WTA have given autograph seekers just what they've been looking for at the Monterrey Open this week.
Published April 04, 2013 12:00
The fans at the Monterrey Open have been in the hunt for autographs all week - and succeeding.
Monica Niculescu signed autographs after winning her first round match in Monday's day session.
Urszula Radwanska signed after winning her first round match against Maria Sanchez, 62 26 62.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, a two-time champion in Monterrey, after her first round win on Monday.
Ana Ivanovic was a quick winner on Day 2 of the Monterrey Open, winning by a 60 60 scoreline.
Angelique Kerber won her opening match at the Monterrey Open at night against Samantha Crawford.
The No.6-ranked, No.1-seeded Kerber autographed some tennis balls and hit them into the stands.
And on her way off of the court, the German - who is making her debut here - kept more fans happy.
Urszula Radwanska, the No.7 seed this week, after taking out young talent Donna Vekic, 64 61.
Monica Niculescu after taking out the No.6 seed, Yanina Wickmayer, in three sets second round.
Timea Babos shone under the lights on Night 3, surprising the No.4 seed, Ana Ivanovic, 75 36 62.
Babos is a popular figure in Monterrey, having broken through to her first WTA title here in 2012.