“It’s the perfect fit, isn’t it?” Paula Badosa sat in the 356 Number 1 and had a massive smile on her face. She was visibly fascinated by the very first Porsche in which she sat behind the steering wheel whilst on her tour around the museum and the workshop.
The trip from the Porsche Arena to Zuffenhausen is a tradition for players at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. This time around, the former world No. 2 took the opportunity to find out about the history of Porsche and its vehicles. In addition to the 356 Number 1, she was particularly taken by the Sally Carrera and the Porsche GT.
“Experiencing the Porsche brand in so many facets and by means of such fascinating cars was a wonderful experience,” she said after her visit. “I can well imagine coming back at some stage.”
At the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, Paula Badosa, who has been given a Top 20 wild card by the organisers, will play her opening match against Daria Kasatkina on Tuesday.