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Hong Kong Gallery: A Week To Remember

From the player party to Peng Shuai's big welcome back to Asia and a very special visit for Daniela Hantuchova, the memories just keep coming in Hong Kong...

Published September 12, 2014 12:10

Christina McHale, who used to live in Hong Kong, and Hong Kong's No.1 Zhang Ling at the draw.
Christina McHale, who used to live in Hong Kong, and Hong Kong's No.1 Zhang Ling at the draw.
Not long after, McHale was whisked away to the player party alongside her mom and fellow WTA stars.
Not long after, McHale was whisked away to the player party alongside her mom and fellow WTA stars.
Speaking of WTA stars, WTA Rising Stars Karolina Pliskova and Kristyna Pliskova at the party.
Speaking of WTA stars, WTA Rising Stars Karolina Pliskova and Kristyna Pliskova at the party.
Kimiko Date-Krumm and Sabine Lisicki were just some of the other players who stepped out to party.
Kimiko Date-Krumm and Sabine Lisicki were just some of the other players who stepped out to party.
Lisicki, who is now through to her first WTA semifinal of the year, was interviewed at the party.
Lisicki, who is now through to her first WTA semifinal of the year, was interviewed at the party.
Fresh off her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open, Peng Shuai stopped off in Hong Kong.
Fresh off her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open, Peng Shuai stopped off in Hong Kong.
The Chinese had to pull out of the event but still appeared at the tournament to meet her fans.
The Chinese had to pull out of the event but still appeared at the tournament to meet her fans.
Zheng Saisai, a WTA Rising Star from China, took part in a kids clinic during Kids Day in Hong Kong.
Zheng Saisai, a WTA Rising Star from China, took part in a kids clinic during Kids Day in Hong Kong.
As did Daniela Hantuchova, who has won two of her six WTA titles on the Asian continent...
As did Daniela Hantuchova, who has won two of her six WTA titles on the Asian continent...
... and who also has a charity in Cambodia. Needless to say, the Slovak feels at home in Asia.
... and who also has a charity in Cambodia. Needless to say, the Slovak feels at home in Asia.
  • Christina McHale, who used to live in Hong Kong, and Hong Kong's No.1 Zhang Ling at the draw.
  • Not long after, McHale was whisked away to the player party alongside her mom and fellow WTA stars.
  • Speaking of WTA stars, WTA Rising Stars Karolina Pliskova and Kristyna Pliskova at the party.
  • Kimiko Date-Krumm and Sabine Lisicki were just some of the other players who stepped out to party.
  • Lisicki, who is now through to her first WTA semifinal of the year, was interviewed at the party.
  • Fresh off her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open, Peng Shuai stopped off in Hong Kong.
  • The Chinese had to pull out of the event but still appeared at the tournament to meet her fans.
  • Zheng Saisai, a WTA Rising Star from China, took part in a kids clinic during Kids Day in Hong Kong.
  • As did Daniela Hantuchova, who has won two of her six WTA titles on the Asian continent...
  • ... and who also has a charity in Cambodia. Needless to say, the Slovak feels at home in Asia.
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