The WTA stars have been shining off the court in Toronto, including Sara Errani signing for fans.
Caroline Wozniacki, a former champion at the Rogers Cup, was also on hand for an autograph session.
Wozniacki won this title in Montréal in 2010, defeating Vera Zvonareva in straight sets in the final.
Also taking the stage for some autographs was the No.1-ranked teenager in the world, Laura Robson.
Klara Zakopalova, who made her Top 20 debut earlier on in the year, took part in a kids clinic.
Serena Williams made an appearance at WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox on Monday.
As did Errani, who tried her hand at one of Canada's two national sports - lacrosse is the other.
Marion Bartoli, who played her first event since Wimbledon at Toronto, also took part in the show.
A special exhibition took place on Monday night with four WTA stars - past, present and future.
The Williams sisters squared off against WTA legend Monica Seles and Canadian No.1 Eugenie Bouchard.
Martina Hingis, whose doubles comeback brought her to Toronto, signed some autographs as well.
WTA founder Billie Jean King and WTA Chairman & CEO Stacey Allaster met the media in Toronto.
Agnieszka Radwanska headed over to the Xerox booth at the Rogers Cup after winning her match Friday.
The World No.4 had her picture taken by the Fan Cam at the Xerox booth, which is on the grounds.
She plays World No.6 Sara Errani in the quarterfinals, a rematch of their French Open quarterfinal.