The stars of the WTA were shining off the court all week in Istanbul - can you find the WTA star here?
It was Agnieszka Radwanska, who took part in a TEB tennis clinic and signed autographs as well.
Radwanska would play her round robin matches on the first three days - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Unfortunately she didn't make it out of her group, but she gave these fans some lasting memories.
Caroline Wozniacki was also among the off-court stars during the week, including a kids clinic.
Wozniacki wasn't among the elite eight but she was one spot out - she was the first alternate.
Wozniacki is a former finalist at the WTA Championships - a runner-up to Kim Clijsters in 2010.
The second alternate, Sloane Stephens, at a Pro Am alongside former Top 15 player Tatiana Golovin.
Current World No.11 Stephens took a glimpse into the future at the Singapore delegation luncheon.
After three fantastic years in Istanbul, the WTA Championships is moving shop to Singapore next year.
Singapore was announced as the new home for the WTA Championships this year, running 2014 to 2018.
The fans have been outstanding in Istanbul for three years, including this Victoria Azarenka fan.
And Jelena Jankovic certainly had her own cheering squad too - she ended up beating Azarenka that day.
Li Na welcomed a very special guest - Liu Yingzi, the Vice Mayor from her hometown of Wuhan, China.
The players - like Angelique Kerber - had a chance to strike a pose with the Billie Jean King trophy.
Jankovic with the trophy. Jankovic was the only player to win a set off both the week's finalists.
Errani with the trophy. Errani was the only player to qualify this year in both singles and doubles.
Li with the trophy. The Chinese came within three games of holding it, up 62 33 in the final on Sunday.
Agnieszka Radwanska will finish with the second-most match wins this year - she ended with 56 of them.
But 2013 belonged to Serena Williams - 11 WTA titles, 78 match wins and, of course, this trophy.