The player party for the OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open was this week, and it was a glamorous affair.
Among the many WTA stars who shone at the party was the tournament's No.1 seed, Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Olga Govortsova at the party. Govortsova is Belarus' No.2 player after World No.2 Victoria Azarenka.
Chinese Taipei's own Chuang Chia-Jung. Chuang has a whopping 19 WTA doubles titles to her name.
Yaroslava Shvedova. Shvedova has eight WTA doubles titles to her name - including two Grand Slams.
Alla Kudryavtseva. Kudryavtseva's claim to fame is beating Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon in 2008.
The Chan sisters, Yung-Jan and Hao-Ching. They have a WTA doubles title together - Shenzhen this year.
Olga Savchuk and Julia Glushko. Glushko is Israel's No.2 player after former World No.11 Shahar Peer.
Chan Chin-wei, Lee Ya-Hsuan, Hsu Wen-Hsin and Wang Qiang in a group shot at the player party.
Irina Buryachok. Buryachok has two WTA doubles titles to her name - and a special honor from Taipei...
Buryachok won the Best Dressed Award at the player party, with a mini-iPad as the winner's prize.
Wang Qiang - one of China's many rising stars among the WTA ranks - was among the draw winners too.
There was a gourmet buffet on offer at the player party...
,,, which Govortsova took advantage of. It paid off - Govortsova battled through her first round match.
Shvedova also battled through her first round match, saving three match points against Ayumi Morita.