BMW Malaysian Open 2015


1. The BMW Malaysian Open 2015 is in its sixth year since its inception in 2010.

2. BMW Malaysia has been its title sponsor for the last five years.

3. This year the tournament takes place from Mon 2 to Sun 8 March 2015.

4. Qualifying matches are on Saturday 28 February and Sunday 1March.

5. The tournament will be held at the tennis courts of the Royal Selangor Golf Club (RSGC) in Kuala Lumpur.

6. The tournament will be played out on three match courts(including one centre court).

7. The BMW Malaysian Open is an international level women’s tennis tournament sanctioned by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and the Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia (LTAM).

8. Prize money: USD250,000.00

9. Tournament play:
a. Singles – 32 players
b. Doubles – 32 players (16 pairs)

10. Tournament format: Knockout

11. Surface: Hard-court / Outdoor

12. Last year, close to 12,000 fans attended the event in Kuala Lumpur.

13. The finals saw top seed Slovak, Dominika Cibulkova and seventh seed Croatian, Donna Vekic, face off in the singles final, with Donna walking away with the title.

14. The doubles was won by Hungary’s Timea Babos and Taiwan’s Chan Hao Ching who defeated fourth seed ZhengSaisai of China and Taiwan’s Chan Yung Jan.

15. The BMW Malaysian Open 2015 is supported by:
a. Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia
b. Ministry of Tourism, Malaysia

16. All matches are telecast ‘live’ domestically over AstroArena (Monday-Thursday) and SuperSport (Friday-Sunday), as well as internationally via various sports channels to worldwide territories including Asia, USA, Mexico, United Kingdom, Brazil, Middle East, Northern Africa, Europe andSouth America. The various broadcasters include Fox Sports, Tennis ChannelUSA, Sky Deportes Mexico, BT Sports, Band Sports Brazil,Abu Dhabi Sports Channel, IKO Sportklub, Digi Sports, SansarHD, SportsMax, Nova Sports, Sport Establishment, beINSports France and IB Sports Korea.

17. Top seeded names like Caroline Wozniacki, Agnieszka Radwanska, Peng Shuai and Kimiko Date-Krumm are some of the woomen’s tennis stars who have played here over the years.

18. Tickets are available from:
a. Website:
b. Hotline: KL: +603 – 9222 8811; Penang: +604 – 6459811
Mon – Fri: 9am till 6pm Sat: 12nn till 6pm Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
c. TicketCharge authorised outlets (see list on website)

19. Free admission for children between three and 12. Entrance for age three and above only.

20. Season and student tickets are available.

21. ‘Early Bird’ discounts apply until 28 February 2015.

22. The BMW Malaysian Open is organized and promoted by Carbon Sports Sdn Bhd. Carbon Sports has been involved in the organisation and promotion of international events like professional and amateur golf, tennis, sailing, cycling, football and motor-sports.

23. Tournament director: Keld Kristiansen

24. For the latest information, log on:
a. Facebook:
b. Website:






Admission is free for the tournament from the start of the qualifying rounds on February 28th, 2015 until March 4, 2015.Tickets are priced between RM33-RM73 from March 6th to 8th, 2015. For more ticketing information, visit or call +603-92228811. For more information visit the tournament Facebook page at


Please note the attached – Map for Public Car Park/Free Public Shuttle Service to the BMW Malaysian Open 2015.

Pick-up and Drop-off:
1) KLCC multi-level car park
(Jln Binjai /opposite Platinum Park)
– Thurs 5/3 & Fri 6/3: Every half hour from 12.30pm
– Sat 7/3: Every half hour from 1.30pm
– Sun 8/3: Every half hour from 2.30pm

2) Open air car park behind Menara See Hoy Chan
– Sat 7/3: Every half hour from 1.30pm
– Sun 8/3: Every half hour from 2.30pm
Drop-offs until one hour after last match ends
*Parking rate is charged as per respective car park’s normal tariff