We asked six WTA players - Andrea Petkovic, Daniela Hantuchova, Sara Errani, Lisa Raymond, Aleksandra Wozniak and Sam Stosur - if they had a favorite winter sport. Here's what they said.
From motivated rising stars to inspired veterans, there has been some very big hitting on the courts of Québec City this week - see all of the best action shots from the tournament, right here!
From Family Day with Eugenie Bouchard, Christina McHale and Eleni Daniilidou to a birthday cake for one of the all-time Canadian greats, the WTA stars have been shining off the court in Québec.
Once a match is over, the fan experience isn't anywhere near over - there's always another match right around the corner, and there's the rush for autographs, of course. See the pics here.
Victoria Azarenka made the perfect start to her US Open campaign, not dropping a game in her opener. Awaiting the World No.2 in the second round is someone she's very familiar with - who is it?
Ayumi Morita battled back from a 61 41 deficit to win her first round match at the Sony Open Tennis. Elsewhere, Serena Williams' first opponent is now known, and it could be a very tricky one.
Off-court fun, rising stars rising up, Lucie Hradecka serving up bombs - relive it all right here.
Anna Tatishvili's rock solid form from New York seems to have made the trip to Québec City too.
Family Day, the player party and the 20th anniversary ceremony - see all the best pics here.
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova beat Marie-Ève Pelletier in the first round of the Bell Challenge on Tuesday. Aleksandra Wozniak also moved on.
The second round begins on Wednesday and topping the bill will be a battle of youth versus experience as Kim Clijsters faces Laura Robson.