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Katowice Gallery: Getting To Know You

From autograph sessions to meet and greets to the press room, the stars of the WTA got to know the fans and the media a little bit more in Katowice this past week. See some of the pics here.

Published April 15, 2013 12:00

Sabine Lisicki - who has Polish roots - at a press conference early on in the week in Katowice.
Sabine Lisicki - who has Polish roots - at a press conference early on in the week in Katowice.
Young Polish star Sandra Zaniewska at a post-match press conference after her first round match.
Young Polish star Sandra Zaniewska at a post-match press conference after her first round match.
Annika Beck was the breakthrough star of the week, making her first WTA semifinal in Katowice.
Annika Beck was the breakthrough star of the week, making her first WTA semifinal in Katowice.
Alexandra Cadantu also made the semifinals, and actually came out of the qualifying to do it.
Alexandra Cadantu also made the semifinals, and actually came out of the qualifying to do it.
Petra Kvitova was one of the last two players standing, but fell just one win short of the title.
Petra Kvitova was one of the last two players standing, but fell just one win short of the title.
That honor went to Roberta Vinci, who not only took the title, but was also an off-court star.
That honor went to Roberta Vinci, who not only took the title, but was also an off-court star.
From autograph sessions to meet and greets, Vinci certainly did the rounds during the tournament.
From autograph sessions to meet and greets, Vinci certainly did the rounds during the tournament.
Vinci's victory in Katowice was her first WTA title of the year and the eighth of her career.
Vinci's victory in Katowice was her first WTA title of the year and the eighth of her career.
Where's Roberta?
Where's Roberta?
The Italian veteran is not only a star in singles - she's also the World No.1 in doubles.
The Italian veteran is not only a star in singles - she's also the World No.1 in doubles.
  • Sabine Lisicki - who has Polish roots - at a press conference early on in the week in Katowice.
  • Young Polish star Sandra Zaniewska at a post-match press conference after her first round match.
  • Annika Beck was the breakthrough star of the week, making her first WTA semifinal in Katowice.
  • Alexandra Cadantu also made the semifinals, and actually came out of the qualifying to do it.
  • Petra Kvitova was one of the last two players standing, but fell just one win short of the title.
  • That honor went to Roberta Vinci, who not only took the title, but was also an off-court star.
  • From autograph sessions to meet and greets, Vinci certainly did the rounds during the tournament.
  • Vinci's victory in Katowice was her first WTA title of the year and the eighth of her career.
  • Where's Roberta?
  • The Italian veteran is not only a star in singles - she's also the World No.1 in doubles.
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