There has been a lot of action on the court in Cincinnati this week, but off the court as well...
Including Samantha Stosur stopping off at the USANA booth to meet her fans and sign some autographs.
Stosur has played some of her best tennis in America, winning her last three WTA titles in the US.
Those titles are Charleston in 2010, the US Open in 2011 and Carlsbad this year. Where was the other?
A popular stop for WTA players at the Western & Southern Open has been the Western & Southern booth.
Sloane Stephens, America's No.2 player behind World No.1 Serena Williams, was among the attendees.
As was Victoria Azarenka, who is actually the No.2-ranked player in the world behind Williams.
Azarenka also has fond memories of the US, now reaching back-to-back finals in Carlsbad and here.
And in the press room, the retirement of Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli rocked the tennis world.
Back out on the grounds, Venus Williams was on hand promoting her clothing line, EleVen by Venus.
Williams is a seven-time Grand Slam champion, including two US Open titles in 2000 and 2001.
The American's other five Grand Slam titles came at Wimbledon - 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2008.
Bartoli did the rounds during the week, including hitting the commentary booth with Kevin Skinner.
Serena Williams stopped off at the ESPN outdoor studio set after beating Li Na in the semifinals.
Williams had just clinched the Emirates Airline US Open Series title by virtue of the semifinal win.