Stanford Gallery: #SELFIE
From WTA Rising Stars taking selfies with their idols to former No.1s passing their knowledge down to other future tennis stars, it's all been going down in Stanford.
Published July 31, 2014 12:10
The WTA stars, including Victoria Azarenka, have been keeping up appearances off the court all week...
From Azarenka at Ladies Day to Ana Ivanovic at a kids clinic for the Emriates Airline Returns Program.
Ivanovic knows a thing or two about winning - she just became the first to 40 match wins on the year.
The Serb reached that milestone with a first round win against Sabine Lisicki on Tuesday afternoon.
Andrea Petkovic, already through to the quarterfinals, signed some autographs at the player party.
And then one of the more touching moments of the week - WTA Rising Star Naomi Osaka meeting her idol.
Osaka, just 16 years old, has been one of the breakthrough stars this week, upsetting Sam Stosur.
It was Osaka's first WTA main draw match and she scored her first Top 20 win by beating the Aussie.
Elsewhere, three WTA players took some time out to visit kids at Lucille Packard Children's Hospital.
Ajla Tomjlanovic and doubles duo Raquel Kops-Jones and Abigail Spears were the ones who made the trip.