The WTA stars have been keeping up appearances off the court in Beijing - who's this line-up for?
Sloane Stephens, America's No.2 player and a USANA Ambassador, stopped by the USANA booth on site.
Liezel Huber, a former World No.1 doubles player, also took some time out to stop by the USANA booth.
Huber is also a very loyal USANA Ambassador. She beat the Williams sisters here with Chan Hao-Ching.
Monica Niculescu, who had a career-defining run to the semifinals here in 2011, also visited USANA.
Jetstar - the WTA's official airline partner in the Asia-Pacific region - has also been a popular stop.
Francesca Schiavone and Polona Hercog have both stopped by and signed autographs at the Jetstar booth.
Sometimes the players don't need to wander too far from their routine, as Aga Radwanska demonstrated.
Radwanska and Zheng Jie are among a number of players who signed children's drawings in the press room.
Sara Errani, No.6 in singles and No.1 in doubles, posed with dozens of ballkids for a group photo.
Before the tournament, Maria Kirilenko headed out to the practice courts for a Mercedes-Benz clinic.
And throughout the week top stars like Caroline Wozniacki have been visiting the Mercedes-Benz booth.
Chinese megastar Li Na was also at the Mercedes-Benz booth, and received a special gift from them.
Li also met her many, many fans and signed many, many autographs at the Kunlun Mountains Water booth.
Chinese rising star Zhang Shuai also visited the Kunlun Mountains Water booth during the week.
Ana Ivanovic hit the Rolex suite for a meet and greet. Former No.1 Ivanovic is a Rolex Ambassador.
Daniela Hantuchova, a former World No.5, stopped off at the China CITIC Bank booth during the week.
British No.1 Laura Robson visited the Shuijingfang offices - Shuijingfang is a Chinese wine.
Sorana Cirstea signed autographs and posed for photos at the Beijing United Family Health booth.
And finally, Bojana Jovanovski did the same at the Head booth. What a week for off-court appearances...