RIO DE JANIERO, Brazil - Friday saw the curtain raised on the XXXI Olympiad with a colorful opening ceremony at the magnificent Maracana stadium.
Broadcast to an audience of over three billion, it celebrated Brazil's culture, history and nature, before former marathon runner Vanderlei de Lima lit the Olympic cauldron. The WTA was well represented on the night, with Caroline Wozniacki carrying in the flag for Denmark.
But what were Wozniacki and company up to before, during and after the show?
Almost time to walk ?????????? pic.twitter.com/t5W89w7gVW
? Bethanie MattekSands (@BMATTEK) August 6, 2016
Tonight was a night to remember! Officially an olympian! ?? pic.twitter.com/y8izZiRLg5
? WTA (@WTA) August 6, 2016
However, with many in the singles and doubles draws beginning their tournament the following morning, not everyone could enjoy the festivities...