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Kuala Lumpur Gallery: Keeping Busy in KL

The stars of the WTA have been keeping up appearances on and off the court at the BMW Malaysian Open, helping out at the draw ceremony, tennis clinics and more - see more pics here.

Published February 28, 2013 12:00

The official draw ceremony took place Saturday, with Donna Vekic and Irina Buryachok helping out.
The official draw ceremony took place Saturday, with Donna Vekic and Irina Buryachok helping out.
Buryachok and Vekic autographed an official tournament poster board at the official draw ceremony.
Buryachok and Vekic autographed an official tournament poster board at the official draw ceremony.
Vekic and Buryachok then headed outside to pose for a few more pictures ahead of the tournament.
Vekic and Buryachok then headed outside to pose for a few more pictures ahead of the tournament.
The two were then joined by tournament officials and Malaysian wildcard Aslina An Ping Chua.
The two were then joined by tournament officials and Malaysian wildcard Aslina An Ping Chua.
Two more Asian WTA stars, China's Zhang Shuai and Duan Ying-Ying, headed to the BMW dealership.
Two more Asian WTA stars, China's Zhang Shuai and Duan Ying-Ying, headed to the BMW dealership.
The two were presented with warm greetings and presents by the BMW Malaysian Open's title sponsor.
The two were presented with warm greetings and presents by the BMW Malaysian Open's title sponsor.
Chang Kai-Chen with sponsors. Chang is Chinese Taipei's No.3, after Hsieh Su-Wei and Chan Yung-Jan.
Chang Kai-Chen with sponsors. Chang is Chinese Taipei's No.3, after Hsieh Su-Wei and Chan Yung-Jan.
Japan's Rika Fujiwara stepped onto one of the outside courts for a BMW Malaysian Open kids clinic.
Japan's Rika Fujiwara stepped onto one of the outside courts for a BMW Malaysian Open kids clinic.
Fujiwara has had a lot of success on the ITF Circuit, eight singles titles and 24 doubles titles.
Fujiwara has had a lot of success on the ITF Circuit, eight singles titles and 24 doubles titles.
But the Japanese has hit the WTA jackpot, too - she won Copenhagen last year with Kimiko Date-Krumm.
But the Japanese has hit the WTA jackpot, too - she won Copenhagen last year with Kimiko Date-Krumm.
  • The official draw ceremony took place Saturday, with Donna Vekic and Irina Buryachok helping out.
  • Buryachok and Vekic autographed an official tournament poster board at the official draw ceremony.
  • Vekic and Buryachok then headed outside to pose for a few more pictures ahead of the tournament.
  • The two were then joined by tournament officials and Malaysian wildcard Aslina An Ping Chua.
  • Two more Asian WTA stars, China's Zhang Shuai and Duan Ying-Ying, headed to the BMW dealership.
  • The two were presented with warm greetings and presents by the BMW Malaysian Open's title sponsor.
  • Chang Kai-Chen with sponsors. Chang is Chinese Taipei's No.3, after Hsieh Su-Wei and Chan Yung-Jan.
  • Japan's Rika Fujiwara stepped onto one of the outside courts for a BMW Malaysian Open kids clinic.
  • Fujiwara has had a lot of success on the ITF Circuit, eight singles titles and 24 doubles titles.
  • But the Japanese has hit the WTA jackpot, too - she won Copenhagen last year with Kimiko Date-Krumm.
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