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Pattaya City Gallery: The Tree Transplant

It's not just the on-court action that has been winning fans over in Pattaya City, it's also the charitable and environmental activities off the court - and here's one example.

Published February 02, 2013 12:00

Hsieh Su-Wei and Sorana Cirstea were among the players at the Mangrove Tree Transplant.
Hsieh Su-Wei and Sorana Cirstea were among the players at the Mangrove Tree Transplant.
It is one of the environmental protection activities the tournament has had over the years.
It is one of the environmental protection activities the tournament has had over the years.
Misaki Doi, Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, Luksika Kumkhum and Cirstea at the tree transplant.
Misaki Doi, Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, Luksika Kumkhum and Cirstea at the tree transplant.
The tree transplant took place at the beach right by the hotel and tournament site.
The tree transplant took place at the beach right by the hotel and tournament site.
Lertcheewakarn, Kumkhum and the others helped transplant the baby mangrove trees.
Lertcheewakarn, Kumkhum and the others helped transplant the baby mangrove trees.
Doi is one of three Japanese players in the Top 100, with Ayumi Morita and Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Doi is one of three Japanese players in the Top 100, with Ayumi Morita and Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Hsieh is one of two players from Chinese Taipei in the Top 100, alongside Chan Yung-Jan.
Hsieh is one of two players from Chinese Taipei in the Top 100, alongside Chan Yung-Jan.
The five WTA players at the transplant posed with representatives from title sponsor PTT.
The five WTA players at the transplant posed with representatives from title sponsor PTT.
  • Hsieh Su-Wei and Sorana Cirstea were among the players at the Mangrove Tree Transplant.
  • It is one of the environmental protection activities the tournament has had over the years.
  • Misaki Doi, Noppawan Lertcheewakarn, Luksika Kumkhum and Cirstea at the tree transplant.
  • The tree transplant took place at the beach right by the hotel and tournament site.
  • Lertcheewakarn, Kumkhum and the others helped transplant the baby mangrove trees.
  • Doi is one of three Japanese players in the Top 100, with Ayumi Morita and Kimiko Date-Krumm.
  • Hsieh is one of two players from Chinese Taipei in the Top 100, alongside Chan Yung-Jan.
  • The five WTA players at the transplant posed with representatives from title sponsor PTT.
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