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Québec City Gallery: Family Day

From Family Day with Eugenie Bouchard, Christina McHale and Eleni Daniilidou to a birthday cake for one of the all-time Canadian greats, the WTA stars have been shining off the court in Québec.

Published September 10, 2013 12:00

Family Day took place in Québec City over the weekend, starring a few of the WTA's biggest stars.
Family Day took place in Québec City over the weekend, starring a few of the WTA's biggest stars.
Christina McHale, a former World No.24 on the comeback trail, hit mini-tennis with some of the kids.
Christina McHale, a former World No.24 on the comeback trail, hit mini-tennis with some of the kids.
Also at the event was Eugenie Bouchard, Canada's No.1 player and a star attraction this year.
Also at the event was Eugenie Bouchard, Canada's No.1 player and a star attraction this year.
Bouchard hit a new career-high of No.53 in the world this week, on the verge of her Top 50 debut.
Bouchard hit a new career-high of No.53 in the world this week, on the verge of her Top 50 debut.
Bouchard's 2013 season has been highlighted by the first WTA semifinal of her career in Strasbourg.
Bouchard's 2013 season has been highlighted by the first WTA semifinal of her career in Strasbourg.
Elsewhere, Eleni Daniilidou - a former Top 15 player - was meeting and signing autographs with fans.
Elsewhere, Eleni Daniilidou - a former Top 15 player - was meeting and signing autographs with fans.
Daniilidou, who has five WTA titles to her name, is playing the Bell Challenge for the first time.
Daniilidou, who has five WTA titles to her name, is playing the Bell Challenge for the first time.
The tournament mascot for the Bell Challenge - Belle - was also among those meetings the kids.
The tournament mascot for the Bell Challenge - Belle - was also among those meetings the kids.
Another mascot - for the junior hockey team, the Québec Remparts - was also there on Family Day.
Another mascot - for the junior hockey team, the Québec Remparts - was also there on Family Day.
And Aleksandra Wozniak - former Canadian No.1, former World No.21 - celebrated her birthday Saturday.
And Aleksandra Wozniak - former Canadian No.1, former World No.21 - celebrated her birthday Saturday.
  • Family Day took place in Québec City over the weekend, starring a few of the WTA's biggest stars.
  • Christina McHale, a former World No.24 on the comeback trail, hit mini-tennis with some of the kids.
  • Also at the event was Eugenie Bouchard, Canada's No.1 player and a star attraction this year.
  • Bouchard hit a new career-high of No.53 in the world this week, on the verge of her Top 50 debut.
  • Bouchard's 2013 season has been highlighted by the first WTA semifinal of her career in Strasbourg.
  • Elsewhere, Eleni Daniilidou - a former Top 15 player - was meeting and signing autographs with fans.
  • Daniilidou, who has five WTA titles to her name, is playing the Bell Challenge for the first time.
  • The tournament mascot for the Bell Challenge - Belle - was also among those meetings the kids.
  • Another mascot - for the junior hockey team, the Québec Remparts - was also there on Family Day.
  • And Aleksandra Wozniak - former Canadian No.1, former World No.21 - celebrated her birthday Saturday.
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