Melanie Oudin also spent some time off the court in Birmingham, at the nearby Moseley Tennis Club.
Oudin, who won the Aegon Classic last year, opened the redeveloped courts at the Moseley Tennis Club.
Meanwhile, three WTA stars headed over to Cadbury World, learning to make the very famous chocolate.
After watching the workers demonstrating the process, the WTA stars tried their hands at it too.
Johanna Konta, Tamira Paszek and Urszula Radwanska showed off some of their creations at Cadbury.
And then, of course, sampled the goods.
Cadbury was actually established in Birmingham by John Cadbury, back in the good old days of 1824.
Back at the tournament, Tara Moore, Anne Keothavong, Alison Riske and Judy Murray had some treats too.
The WTA stars decorated and sampled Fallen Angel Bakery cupcakes. They were judged on their designs.
Murray was also on hand for some coaching clinics alongside Australian rising star Ashleigh Barty.
Barty was a doubles finalist at the Australian Open and got her first Grand Slam match win in Paris.
Elsewhere, British No.1 Laura Robson and Aegon Classic No.1 seed Kirsten Flipkens were venturing out.
The pair headed over to the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham to spend time with the sea life.
They even made a few new friends...
Flipkens made her Top 20 debut this week, the sixth Belgian ever to break into that ranking class.