After a busy 2016 season which saw Dominika Cibulkova rack up the most titles of anyone on tour - capped off by the biggest one of her career at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global - the World No.5 is taking some time off to unwind.
Cibulkova's booked herself a well-deserved break in a private island in the Maldives?
My partner in crime for this vacay ?
Niekoho sme si pribalili na dovcu.. ??? pic.twitter.com/9VOCLySjaw
Life is good these days.. ?? pic.twitter.com/6N4s7ylSXN
Niekedy ten cas tak leti... pic.twitter.com/x8pQfc5thG
But she didn't stay away from the tennis court for long, taking a break from her vacation to head back to her hometown of Bratislava for an exhibition match against Belinda Bencic.
And she wasn't the only one to run into a fellow WTA star during the offseason, either...
Just hanging with BAE! ??? pic.twitter.com/3wOBU7qBIU
Serena Williams - and the whole Williams family, sans Venus - took to the beach in the Bahamas, before returning to Compton to inaugurate refurbished tennis courts in her old hometown.
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World No.1 Angelique Kerber dove right into off-season relaxation...
And the tireless Svetlana Kuznetsova finally took a break and took her whole family with her to the beach as well.
Family time ????????? pic.twitter.com/B8YmfiR8Pu
Garbiñe Muguruza had some fun in the sun too, but it was a slightly different kind of sand and sun.
Instead of hitting the beach, the Spaniard hit the desert and visited the pyramids in Egypt.
Adivinad donde!? Guess where!? ?? pic.twitter.com/hLj3FULYZR
Ana Ivanovic also decided to forgo the beach during the off season, trading the sun and warmth for chilly London.
Falling in love with London yet again! pic.twitter.com/qhyDi7l68k
Enjoying this chilly but sunny Sunday! pic.twitter.com/i33U0trxu8