World Tennis Day began last year and brings the world together to celebrate the sport of tennis...
With exhibitions, announcements and grassroots programs around the world, it certainly does the job.
The stars of the WTA have been taking part in World Tennis Day activities around the globe, too.
And some of them started early - a kids clinic at the Brasil Tennis Cup over the weekend included.
Local tennis-loving kids from Florianopolis posed for a photo after a clinic at the Brasil Tennis Cup.
Over at the Hall Of Fame Indoor Racquet Club in Newport, young ones were enjoying a similar experience.
The International Tennis Hall Of Fame staff posed for a group photo to commemorate the day as well.
The clocktower is a National Historic Landmark and the Hall Of Fame's iconic photo backdrop...
Over at the Hong Kong Velodrome, Li Na and Sam Stosur took part in a kids clinic ahead of their exo.
Li and Stosur gave the young ones some tips, signed some autographs, then got ready for their match-up.
Stosur and Li are two of the Asia-Pacific's brightest stars at the moment - with more to come...
The Hall Of Fame's Class Of 2014 announcement was also made on Monday - it included Jane Brown Grimes.
Brown Grimes, a former WTA executive, was joined by WTA legend Lindsay Davenport in the class.
Davenport is a three-time Grand Slam champion - 1998 US Open, 1999 Wimbledon and 2000 Australian Open.
The American is also a former World No.1 - not just in singles, but in doubles as well.