DC Gallery: More From The Capital
From autographs to celebrating heroes and the all-important championship weekend, the stars of the WTA were shining in the nation's capital this past week. See all the best pics here.
Published August 05, 2013 12:00
The stars of the WTA - including Alizé Cornet - signed autographs for bunches of fans in Washington.
Madison Keys, the youngest player in the Top 50, was also among the players signing their name.
Mona Barthel, one of six Germans in the Top 50, also gave her autograph at a visit to the Citi booth.
The other five German players inside the Top 50 are Kerber, Lisicki, Goerges, Beck and Petkovic.
Earlier in the week, Sloane Stephens took part in Celebrate Our Heroes, celebrating the veterans.
Stephens wouldn't make it past the first round in Washington DC but is on an overall hot streak.
Stephens is America's No.2 player, behind 16-time Grand Slam champion and World No.1 Serena Williams.
Shuko Aoyama and Vera Dushevina beat Eugenie Bouchard and Taylor Townsend in the doubles final.
It was their first title as a partnership. Dushevina now has two WTA doubles titles, Aoyama three.
Magdalena Rybarikova beat Petkovic in a very tight two-setter for the singles crown on Sunday.