There were many magical moments during the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest this past week...
On and off the court alike, even in between - as Annika Beck experienced after one of her wins.
Hungarian No.1 Timea Babos was cheered on by a packed home crowd as she reached the quarterfinals.
And Hungarian teenager Agnes Bukta became an overnight sensation after her first round victory.
It wasn't just the WTA stars feeling the moment - Hungarian Special Olympians visited the event.
Then, a staple of the Hungarian Grand Prix experience - the player party cruise along the Danube.
Shahar Peer and Natalie Grandin cruised down the Danube, which runs down the middle of Budapest.
Nina Bratchikova, Grandin, Alicja Rosolska, Peer and María-Teresa Torró-Flor on the cruise.
Bratchikova posed in front of the largest building in Hungary - the Hungarian Parliament Building.
Another very special moment as Torró-Flor posed for a photo with her mother, Marita Teresa.
Alexandra Cadantu, who ended up making the semifinals of the Hungarian Grand Prix, on the cruise.
And finally, a group shot.
But really finally, it was Simona Halep who came out on top at the International-level event.
Halep beat Yvonne Meusburger in a dramatic final, 63 67(7) 61, for her third WTA title in five weeks.
And Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka won their milestone 10th WTA doubles title together.