Re: Kuala Lumpur: There's nobody in the stands. LITERALLY, nobody.
Well, it comes as no surprise to me. The ATP 250 events get more fans than this. The WTA has to get these tournaments in a location where there's a stronger and larger fan base for tennis. Kuala Lumpur doesn't strike me as the kind of place that has a big tennis fan base anyway. It makes the WTA look bad when they can't attract the fans they need, especially at their big events. Part of the reason why the WTA can't pull in fans, is because of the state Women's tennis is in right now, in terms of talent. There's a lot of talent in the WTA, but a lot of the players with the talent aren't making the best use of it consistently.