Players from the Malaysian Open posed during a visit to the Kassim Chin Humanity Foundation.
Melinda Czink handed out Mandarin oranges and food in special red packets to the children.
Alicia Molik posed with the children from the Kassim Chin Humanity Foundation in Kuala Lumpur.
Children from the Kassim Chin Humanity Foundation showed gifts they received from the players.
Yan Zi, Li Na, the Minister of Youth & Sports and Kimiko Date Krumm at the opening ceremony.
Kimiko Date Krumm, the Minister of Youth & Sports, Li Na and Yan Zi with traditional lion costumes.
Kimiko Date Krumm and Andreja Klepac got some foot massages at the Golden Horses Health Sanctuary.
Kimiko Date Krumm and Andreja Klepac had healthy shakes at the Golden Horses Health Sanctuary.
Andreja Klepac and Kimiko Date Krumm had a relaxing afternoon at the Golden Horses Health Sanctuary.
Anastasia Rodionova and fellow players cooked local Malaysian foods such as roti canai and roti jala.
Players visited the Taman Megahâs Handicapped & Disabled Children's Home to bring smiles to the people.
Kimiko Date Krumm gave goodie bags to residents of Taman Megahâs Handicapped & Disabled Children's Home.
Chan Yung-Jan and Zheng Jie posed with their first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour trophies together.
Alisa Kleybanova fell to the court after capturing her first Sony Ericsson WTA Tour singles title.
Elena Dementieva and Alisa Kleybanova posed with their runner-up and champion trophies.