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Miami Gallery: Getting Closer To You

The WTA's players and fans have been getting closer at the Sony Open Tennis, with visits, autograph sessions and more - see more pics from beautiful Miami here!

Published March 21, 2014 12:10

The stars of the WTA have been getting closer to their wonderful fans at the Sony Open Tennis.
The stars of the WTA have been getting closer to their wonderful fans at the Sony Open Tennis.
Monica Puig, a WTA rising star and Puerto Rico's No.1 player, paid a visit to some of the ballkids.
Monica Puig, a WTA rising star and Puerto Rico's No.1 player, paid a visit to some of the ballkids.
Caroline Wozniacki left the tournament and went into Miami to meet some bright young faces...
Caroline Wozniacki left the tournament and went into Miami to meet some bright young faces...
Wozniacki headed to the Baptist Children's Hospital and passed out gifts and chatted with the kids.
Wozniacki headed to the Baptist Children's Hospital and passed out gifts and chatted with the kids.
The kids were thrilled to meet Wozniacki but she said it put an even bigger smile on her own face.
The kids were thrilled to meet Wozniacki but she said it put an even bigger smile on her own face.
Wozniacki is a former World No.1 and one-time Grand Slam finalist - at the US Open back in 2009.
Wozniacki is a former World No.1 and one-time Grand Slam finalist - at the US Open back in 2009.
Alizé Cornet met fans and signed autographs at the USANA booth during some down time this week.
Alizé Cornet met fans and signed autographs at the USANA booth during some down time this week.
Madison Keys, the No.1-ranked teenager in the world, did the very same as Cornet at the USANA booth.
Madison Keys, the No.1-ranked teenager in the world, did the very same as Cornet at the USANA booth.
Roberta Vinci, who up until recently was the No.1 doubles player in the world, at the Sony booth.
Roberta Vinci, who up until recently was the No.1 doubles player in the world, at the Sony booth.
And her former co-World No.1, Sara Errani, also at the Sony booth. Stay tuned for much more!
And her former co-World No.1, Sara Errani, also at the Sony booth. Stay tuned for much more!
  • The stars of the WTA have been getting closer to their wonderful fans at the Sony Open Tennis.
  • Monica Puig, a WTA rising star and Puerto Rico's No.1 player, paid a visit to some of the ballkids.
  • Caroline Wozniacki left the tournament and went into Miami to meet some bright young faces...
  • Wozniacki headed to the Baptist Children's Hospital and passed out gifts and chatted with the kids.
  • The kids were thrilled to meet Wozniacki but she said it put an even bigger smile on her own face.
  • Wozniacki is a former World No.1 and one-time Grand Slam finalist - at the US Open back in 2009.
  • Alizé Cornet met fans and signed autographs at the USANA booth during some down time this week.
  • Madison Keys, the No.1-ranked teenager in the world, did the very same as Cornet at the USANA booth.
  • Roberta Vinci, who up until recently was the No.1 doubles player in the world, at the Sony booth.
  • And her former co-World No.1, Sara Errani, also at the Sony booth. Stay tuned for much more!
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