Monterrey Gallery: In The Streets Of Mexico
From former World No.1s hitting the streets to Kids Day and a zombified player party, it's been tons of fun at the Abierto Monterrey this week. Check it out!
Published April 01, 2014 12:10
Two of the WTA's biggest stars headed to San Pedro de Pinta for some fun in the streets of México.
Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki, both former World No.1s, were there for all the action.
The two former World No.1s met and posed for photographs with promising young wheelchair players.
And then they tried their hand at it themselves, playing some doubles with the young stars.
Kids Day at the Abierto Monterrey has also brought out the young ones, with kids clinics and more.
Magdalena Rybarikova and Karin Knapp were just some of the WTA players stepping out for Kids Day.
Another WTA star stepping out for some fun this week has been the now-retired Marion Bartoli.
Needless to say, all of the WTA stars have been getting the fans excited about tennis all week.
Bartoli was actually the first champion at the Abierto Monterrey when it debuted on the WTA in 2009.
In a final between players who would become Grand Slam champions, Bartoli beat Li Na for the title.
Thanks to some excellent make-up artists, the player party kind of turned into The Walking Dead...
Grand Slam semifinalists Flavia Pennetta and Kirsten Flipkens helped turn it into a real Thriller.