It was a busy week for all the WTA stars in Québec City, including quarterfinalist Lauren Davis.
Another American, Christina McHale, also met young fans and made appearances for the sponsors.
Canadian youngsters Françoise Abanda and Carol Zhao - a doubles team in Québec - met young fans too.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Kristina Mladenovic, both Top 4 seeds, with tournament mascot Belle.
Attendance for the matches were exceptional throughout the week - who were these fans watching?
Eugenie Bouchard - Canada's No.1, a native of Québec province - wowed the crowds all week.
Night session after night session Bouchard kept winning. She would fall in Saturday's semifinals.
Kristina Barrois, who made the doubles semifinals with Eleni Daniilidou, at a Q&A session.
Stéphanie Dubois, Canada's No.3 behind Bouchard and Sharon Fichman, visited kids from a local school.
Finals Day saw a big upset, as Alla Kudryavtseva and Anastasia Rodionova toppled the top seeds.
Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka were coming off their second Grand Slam title at the US Open.
But the Czech pair was in good spirits - maybe thanks to Belle's appearance on center court.
Later in the day it was Lucie Safarova who claimed the singles title, beating Marina Erakovic.
It was Safarova's fifth WTA title, but her first in five years - since Forest Hills in 2008.
Safarova's performance did some very good things for her ranking - she surged from No.48 to No.36.