Gallery: The Marion Bartoli Blitz
From the Champions Ball to the Novak Djokovic Foundation gala dinner and from Southwest London to the Gare du Nord in Paris, it has been a busy few days for Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli.
Published July 09, 2013 12:00
On Sunday, the day after winning her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli stepped out.
The Frenchwoman headed back to Southwest London by taxi to attend a post-final press conference.
Members of the media came out to interview the third Frenchwoman to win a Grand Slam in the Open Era.
Bartoli followed in the footsteps of two-time Grand Slam winners Mary Pierce and Amélie Mauresmo.
The loyal Bartoli posed with the neighbors of the house she stayed at during her Wimbledon victory.
Later, Bartoli showed her loyalty once more, going back to Centre Court for the mixed doubles final.
Bartoli and Kristina Mladenovic had promised each other they would support each other in their finals.
Next up on Sunday was the Champions Ball - where all the Wimbledon champions celebrate their wins.
Bartoli with her father, Walter Bartoli, who taught her how to play and coached her most of her life.
And Bartoli with Andy Murray in the official photo shoot for the singles champions at the ball.
Bartoli then put in an appearance at the Novak Djokovic Foundation gala dinner in London on Monday.
Then it was back home to France - Bartoli arrived at Paris Gare Du Nord in Paris on Tuesday.
Bartoli did another round of interviews and photo shoots during her triumphant return back home.
And even signed a few more autographs...
Bartoli's win represents the longest wait for a first Grand Slam title - will the floodgates open now?