13 April to 21 April 2024, Porsche Arena, Stuttgart

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart

Tournament Director
Markus Günthardt

Operating Tournament Director
Anke Huber

Markus Rothermel
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Media Director Sports
Tel: + 49 (0) 170 911-0779
Claus-Peter Andorka
CPA Sports

Tournament Media Director
Mobile: +49 (0)172-6911-517

During the tournament, Claus-Peter Andorka will be your on-site contact in the Press Center.

Competing players
28 in the singles main draw, 16 in singles qualifying, 16 pairs in the doubles main draw

Qualifying will be played on courts 1 and 2 on Saturday, 13 April and Sunday 14 April starting each day at 11.00 hrs (all times are local). The main draw first round will begin on Centre Court in the Porsche Arena at 18.30 hrs after a Show Event that starts at 17.00 hrs. Start of play on Centre Court from Tuesday to Friday (16 to 19 April) is at 12.30 hrs each day. The singles (not before 14.00 hrs) and the doubles semifinals (1st doubles at 12.00 hrs, 2nd doubles after the singles) are scheduled for Saturday, 20 April. The singles final on Sunday, 21 April will commence at 13.00 hrs. It will be followed by the doubles final.

Tennis fans at home can also watch the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix live. In collaboration with Porsche, the new TV partner DAZN will televise all the Centre Court matches live from Monday, 15 April. All broadcasts are free-of-charge. Fans following the tournament live on DAZN can exchange news and views with other tennis lovers during the livestream via the interactive DAZN FanZone community engagement tool.

The live transmissions on DAZN begin on Monday, 15 April at 18.30 hrs with two matches. From Tuesday, 16 April to Thursday, 18 April, all five Centre Court encounters will be shown live each day from 12.30 hrs. On Friday, 19 April all four quarterfinal matches will be aired from 12.30 hrs. All commentaries will be in English. On Saturday, 20 April, DAZN will air both semifinals from 14.00 hrs and then Sunday’s final from 13.00 hrs on 21. April – each with a Germany commentary.

On Eurosport, one match will be shown live on Montag, 15. April, (18.30 hrs) and then two matches will be televised daily from Tuesday, 16. April to Friday, 19 April (from 17 hrs). On Saturday, 20. April, the long-time Porsche Tennis Grand Prix TV partner will televise the semifinals live from 14.00 hrs. The final on Sunday, 21 April will go out live from 13.00 hrs.

Internationally, the long-established Stuttgart event can be viewed in over 100 countries. A detailed broadcasting schedule is available on the tournament website.

Prize money
802,237 euro total prize money
Singles winner: 123,480 euro
Doubles winning pair: 41,210 euro

Main prize
The singles winner will receive the prize money and the main prize, a Porsche Taycan 4S Sport Turismo.

Status Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix is a WTA 500 category tournament.

Main partners
Amundi, Bose, Hologic, TAG Heuer, Turkish Airlines, Württembergische Versicherung

Premium partners
AnyDesk, APA, Ensinger, FILA, Kessler, Klingenberg, Konica Minolta, Marbach Concepte, Marc Cain, Pirelli, Rebound Sports, SieMatic, Walter Knoll, Wilson

Equipment providers
Art of Oil, Blackroll, Coca Cola, GINSTR, HR Group/Hilton Garden Inn, Hochdorfer, La Marzocco, Lavazza, Matrix, Recaro, Seitenbacher, XXL, Yonex

Media and co-operation partners
BTV, g-kx mediahouse, Kaffeesysteme Gansky, Kampmann, Lochmann Filmtheaterbetriebe, Lusini, Özpinar, Outletcity Metzingen, Puls fit & Wellnessclub, Radio Energy, SSB, TC Grün-Weiss Neustadt, TDS Mybigpoint, Tennis MAGAZIN, Tennisnet, WallDecaux Premium Out of Home, WTB

“Aces for Charity” campaign
As a part of the traditional “Aces for Charity” fundraiser, Porsche will make a donation for every ace struck during the tournament to its charity partners, “Stiftung Agapedia“ and “Johanniter-Unfallhilfe Stuttgart”. The money will go to supporting educational programmes for refugees, in particular ones from Ukraine. In 2023, a total of 253 aces were sent down.

A look back to 2023
Singles final
Iga Swiatek (POL) – Aryna Sabalenka 6-3, 6-4

Doubles final
Desirae Krawczyk (USA) / Demi Schuurs (NDL) – Nicole Melichar-Martinez (USA) / Giuliana Oimos (MEX) 6-4, 6-1

First Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
First played in 1978, it is Europe’s oldest women’s indoor tournament. The first winner was the American Tracy Austin who went on to win the next three Grand Prix.

The most successful players
With six wins to her name, Martina Navratilova (USA) is the most successful player in the history of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix. Behind her are Tracy Austin (USA) and Martina Hingis (SUI) on four wins apiece, Maria Sharapova (RUS) and Lindsay Davenport (USA) with three wins and Anke Huber (GER), Kim Clijsters (BEL), Justine Henin (BEL), Porsche Brand Ambassador Angelique Kerber (GER) and Porsche Friend Iga Swiatek, who have each won twice.

German winners
Four German players have managed to win the tournament to date: Anke Huber (1991 and 1994), Julia Görges (2011), Porsche Brand Ambassador Angelique Kerber (2015 and 2016) and Laura Siegemund (2017).

Men’s tournament
The only Porsche Tennis Grand Prix for men was held in 1979. Two Porsche Grand Prix took place that year. For the record: The Pole Wojtek Fibak beat the Argentine Guillermo Vilas in the final and won a Porsche 928.

Porsche Press Database
The database contains texts, tournament draws, background information and photos as a free of charge download:

Porsche Newsroom
Additional information as well as film and image material:






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