The rain may have put a damper on the tennis this week, but that hasn’t stopped the ASB Classic stars enjoying their time in Auckland.
Agnieszka Radwanska celebrated the new year by pouring champagne into a Moet & Chandon flute tower at the Sugar Club and has been dining with Caroline Wozniacki most nights. Polona Hercog and Christina McHale enjoyed a private sunset tour of Mt Eden from local Maori guides. McHale, Lauren Davis and Madison Brengle went paddleboarding in Okahu Bay, and Davis also cruised Tamaki Drive, stopping at key Auckland hotspots.
The Hits’ Toni Street, TVNZ weather presenter Renee Wright and Warrior Shaun Johnson were among those spotted in the corporate boxes.
Tonight, at Headquarters on the Viaduct, is the ASB Classic Men’s welcoming party. The week’s action will end nicely with the Moet Ice Brunch on the morning of the men’s finals on Saturday. All those attending the finals are encouraged to get decked out in their best tennis whites for a day of champagne and fine food around the big match.