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Kuala Lumpur Gallery: Part II

A very meaningful visit has been one of many things going on in Kuala Lumpur. See the pics now.

Published March 03, 2011 12:00

China's Zhang Shuai led a Jetstar children's clinic for charity with 10 kids from Kuala Lumpur.
China's Zhang Shuai led a Jetstar children's clinic for charity with 10 kids from Kuala Lumpur.
Jetstar is the Official Airline of the WTA's Asia-Pacific region, signing on earlier this season.
Jetstar is the Official Airline of the WTA's Asia-Pacific region, signing on earlier this season.
After showing the kids some drills, Zhang Shuai signed autographs and posed for pictures with them.
After showing the kids some drills, Zhang Shuai signed autographs and posed for pictures with them.
Lu Jing-Jing had to face defending champion Alisa Kleybanova in the first round. Lu lost, 61 61.
Lu Jing-Jing had to face defending champion Alisa Kleybanova in the first round. Lu lost, 61 61.
Francesca Schiavone, Shuko Aoyama, Ayumi Morita and Chan Chin-Wei made a special visit on Tuesday.
Francesca Schiavone, Shuko Aoyama, Ayumi Morita and Chan Chin-Wei made a special visit on Tuesday.
The four players went to the National Cancer Society of Malaysia's headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
The four players went to the National Cancer Society of Malaysia's headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
The organization helps women fight cervical cancer and are aggressively campaigning for the cause.
The organization helps women fight cervical cancer and are aggressively campaigning for the cause.
The players met with cancer patients and survivors and did anything they could to brighten their day.
The players met with cancer patients and survivors and did anything they could to brighten their day.
Francesca Schiavone has friends who were cancer patients and the charity is close to her heart.
Francesca Schiavone has friends who were cancer patients and the charity is close to her heart.
Nina Bratchikova took some time out from the BMW Malaysian Open to enjoy some horseback riding.
Nina Bratchikova took some time out from the BMW Malaysian Open to enjoy some horseback riding.
Alisa Kleybanova led a tennis clinic with the New Straits Times during some down time Wednesday.
Alisa Kleybanova led a tennis clinic with the New Straits Times during some down time Wednesday.
Misaki Doi visited the International School of Kuala Lumpur and conducted a children's tennis clinic.
Misaki Doi visited the International School of Kuala Lumpur and conducted a children's tennis clinic.
Misaki Doi at the children's clinic. Doi is the No.4-ranked player in Japan, No.124 in the world.
Misaki Doi at the children's clinic. Doi is the No.4-ranked player in Japan, No.124 in the world.
Jelena Dokic was down a break three times in the second set but got past Kurumi Nara, 36 76(6) 62.
Jelena Dokic was down a break three times in the second set but got past Kurumi Nara, 36 76(6) 62.
Ayumi Morita, Japan's No.2 behind Kimiko Date-Krumm, beat Zhang Shuai in the second round, 60 64.
Ayumi Morita, Japan's No.2 behind Kimiko Date-Krumm, beat Zhang Shuai in the second round, 60 64.
  • China's Zhang Shuai led a Jetstar children's clinic for charity with 10 kids from Kuala Lumpur.
  • Jetstar is the Official Airline of the WTA's Asia-Pacific region, signing on earlier this season.
  • After showing the kids some drills, Zhang Shuai signed autographs and posed for pictures with them.
  • Lu Jing-Jing had to face defending champion Alisa Kleybanova in the first round. Lu lost, 61 61.
  • Francesca Schiavone, Shuko Aoyama, Ayumi Morita and Chan Chin-Wei made a special visit on Tuesday.
  • The four players went to the National Cancer Society of Malaysia's headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.
  • The organization helps women fight cervical cancer and are aggressively campaigning for the cause.
  • The players met with cancer patients and survivors and did anything they could to brighten their day.
  • Francesca Schiavone has friends who were cancer patients and the charity is close to her heart.
  • Nina Bratchikova took some time out from the BMW Malaysian Open to enjoy some horseback riding.
  • Alisa Kleybanova led a tennis clinic with the New Straits Times during some down time Wednesday.
  • Misaki Doi visited the International School of Kuala Lumpur and conducted a children's tennis clinic.
  • Misaki Doi at the children's clinic. Doi is the No.4-ranked player in Japan, No.124 in the world.
  • Jelena Dokic was down a break three times in the second set but got past Kurumi Nara, 36 76(6) 62.
  • Ayumi Morita, Japan's No.2 behind Kimiko Date-Krumm, beat Zhang Shuai in the second round, 60 64.
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