Looking down at the court, it was pretty standard at the China Open - but look up...
... and there was a world of color, including Chinese megastar Li Na's deep purple on-court attire.
Li's quarterfinal conqueror, Petra Kvitova, was a complete contrast with a bright red outfit.
Serena Williams and Elena Vesnina showed off partially-backless designs in their first round match.
And it may not have been planned, but Peng Shuai and Hsieh Su-Wei were wearing WTA colors on the court.
Center stage at the China Open is quite the stage, with lights, cameras and a lot of action going on.
Some matches were more electric than others - Lauren Davis always puts up a big fight on the court.
Li's matches were always very electric - every single one was on the stadium court, of course.
The Chinese megastar's nails also sparkled, on the court and in her entertaining press conferences.
Serena Williams' nails always pop, and the World No.1 kept that tradition alive at the China Open.
Williams eventually made it all the way to the title, her 10th WTA title of a phenomenal season.
Jelena Jankovic was her opponent in the final, a run that secured a return to the Top 8 in the world.
Speaking of color, Agnieszka Radwanska recently changed her hair color to half-blond, half-brunette.
And the Polish No.1's personality - and smile - are always shining as she takes to the court.
Jankovic is also known for her smile - and that smile was strong as ever as she made it to the final.
And then, of course, the mascots...
Several players were joined by the mascots on the court, from Sloane Stephens to Williams herself.
Williams signed what looks like a giant credit card before hitting some balls into the stands.
The giant cartoon characters definitely added a lot of energy to the post-match celebrations.
The WTA stars brought sparkle and shine to the 10th edition of the China Open - can you wait for No.11?