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Guangzhou Gallery: The Tennis Festival

The stars of the WTA, including Sorana Cirstea and Laura Robson, headed to the Zhengjia Plaza in Guangzhou for the first of this month's three Tennis Festivals. See all the best pics here!

Published September 17, 2013 12:00

The first of three Tennis Festivals took place in Guangzhou, all day this past Saturday and Sunday.
The first of three Tennis Festivals took place in Guangzhou, all day this past Saturday and Sunday.
Chan Hao-Ching, Sorana Cirstea and Zhang Shuai were among the WTA stars taking part in the event.
Chan Hao-Ching, Sorana Cirstea and Zhang Shuai were among the WTA stars taking part in the event.
First on the menu, though, was the official draw ceremony for the 10th edition of the Guangzhou Open.
First on the menu, though, was the official draw ceremony for the 10th edition of the Guangzhou Open.
It was of particular importance to Cirstea, given the Romanian was the No.1 seed at the tournament.
It was of particular importance to Cirstea, given the Romanian was the No.1 seed at the tournament.
After the draw ceremony, the WTA stars signed autographs and posed for photos with all the fans.
After the draw ceremony, the WTA stars signed autographs and posed for photos with all the fans.
Chan and Cirstea also took some time out to play mini-tennis with the fans at the Tennis Festival.
Chan and Cirstea also took some time out to play mini-tennis with the fans at the Tennis Festival.
Chan is one of two Taiwanese players in the doubles Top 100, alongside World No.9 Hsieh Su-Wei.
Chan is one of two Taiwanese players in the doubles Top 100, alongside World No.9 Hsieh Su-Wei.
Laura Robson was also at the event. Robson was runner-up to Hsieh at the Guangzhou Open last year.
Laura Robson was also at the event. Robson was runner-up to Hsieh at the Guangzhou Open last year.
Urszula Radwanska was also at the event, competing with some young fans in a shuffleboard-style game.
Urszula Radwanska was also at the event, competing with some young fans in a shuffleboard-style game.
Galina Voskoboeva at the event. The Kazakhstani gave her fans souvenirs - signed tournament posters.
Galina Voskoboeva at the event. The Kazakhstani gave her fans souvenirs - signed tournament posters.
Irina Buryachok showed off some of her coordination skills at USANA's tornado game at the event.
Irina Buryachok showed off some of her coordination skills at USANA's tornado game at the event.
Fans went for prizes at Jetstar's jump competition - pictured is one of the standouts of the game.
Fans went for prizes at Jetstar's jump competition - pictured is one of the standouts of the game.
  • The first of three Tennis Festivals took place in Guangzhou, all day this past Saturday and Sunday.
  • Chan Hao-Ching, Sorana Cirstea and Zhang Shuai were among the WTA stars taking part in the event.
  • First on the menu, though, was the official draw ceremony for the 10th edition of the Guangzhou Open.
  • It was of particular importance to Cirstea, given the Romanian was the No.1 seed at the tournament.
  • After the draw ceremony, the WTA stars signed autographs and posed for photos with all the fans.
  • Chan and Cirstea also took some time out to play mini-tennis with the fans at the Tennis Festival.
  • Chan is one of two Taiwanese players in the doubles Top 100, alongside World No.9 Hsieh Su-Wei.
  • Laura Robson was also at the event. Robson was runner-up to Hsieh at the Guangzhou Open last year.
  • Urszula Radwanska was also at the event, competing with some young fans in a shuffleboard-style game.
  • Galina Voskoboeva at the event. The Kazakhstani gave her fans souvenirs - signed tournament posters.
  • Irina Buryachok showed off some of her coordination skills at USANA's tornado game at the event.
  • Fans went for prizes at Jetstar's jump competition - pictured is one of the standouts of the game.
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