New Dynamism

As a Premium Partner of the “Deutsche Tennis Bund” (DTB – the German Tennis Association), Porsche has been supporting Porsche Team Germany since 2012. Led by Anglique Kerber as the No. 1, it once again reached the Fed Cup final after a 22-year gap in 2014. In 2021 and 2023, it qualified as one of the 12 best teams for the finals of the follow-up competition, the Billie Jean King Cup.

The Porsche Brand Ambassador Angelique Kerber played a major part in sparking renewed interest in tennis in Germany. She celebrated her first Grand Slam win at the 2016 Australian Open. After successfully defending her Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, she also won the US Open and became the first German since Steffi Graf to become the world No. 1. In 2018, she fulfilled her big dream by becoming Wimbledon champion.

Two Germans in the Top 10

The new dynamism that Porsche generated in German women’s tennis with its involvement also produced another highlight. After the 2018 Australian Open, two German players – Angelique Kerber and Julia Görges – were ranked in the world Top 10 for the first time since Steffi Graf and Anke Huber. Julia Görges, who also represented Porsche as a Brand Ambassador, called it a day on her successful career in autumn 2020. Other Porsche Team Germany players then caused a stir – Laura Siegemund, winner of the 2017 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, secured the doubles title at the 2020 US Open. At the 2023 WTA Finals, she became the first German to triumph in the doubles. Tatjana Maria sensationally reached the Wimbledon semifinals in 2022.

Role models for young talents

“We’re proud of the successes of our brand ambassadors and it always gives us great pleasure when top German players are successful as a team,” says Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG. “Playing tennis for the many young talented players in the clubs is far more fun when they have role models they can emulate. We want to play a part in ensuring there will continue to be such role models in the future.”

Porsche Team Germany is currently made up of Anna-Lena Friedsam, Tatjana Maria, Jule Niemeier and Laura Siegemund.



Anna-Lena Friedsam

Date of birth: 1 February 1994
Birthplace: Neuwied, Germany
Residence: Oberdürenbach, Germany
Height: 174 cm
Plays: Right-handed
Current WTA ranking (As of 13.11.2023)
Singles: 114

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2023 - Porsche Team Deutschland, Anna-Lena Friedsam

Career highlights (selection)

2023 Quarterfinalist Austin, Linz, Contrexeville
2022 Finalist Lyon, Midland, semifinalist Portoroz
2021 Last 16 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, Emilia-Romagna Open
2020 Finalist Lyon
2019 Quarterfinalist Palermo, Nuremberg, last 16 Linz, Eastbourne, Bol
2018 Last 16 Hobart, German champion
2017 ITF win Shrewsbury
2016 Finalist San Antonio, last 16 Australian Open, last 32 Wimbledon, semifinalist Shenzhen, quarterfinalist Nuremberg
2015 Finalist Linz, 2nd round French Open, Wimbledon, quarterfinalist Limoges, Tashkent, Nantes, win ITF Ilkley
2014 Win Suzhou, semifinalist Linz, Taipei, 1st round French Open, 1st round Wimbledon, semifinalist ITF Astana, quarterfinalist ITF Versmold
2013   Quarterfinalist Nanjing, ITF wins Loughborough, Trabzon, Kazan, Sunderland, German champion, semifinalist ITF Limoges, Moscow
2012 ITF wins Astana, Velenje, Maribor, Padua, Aschaffenburg, Charleroi,


Fed Cup/Billie Jean King Cup (since 2020)

Rubbers played   Record
Total 9 4:5
Single 4 2:2
Double 5        2:3





Tatjana Maria

Date of birth: 8 August 1987
Birthplace: Bad Saulgau, Germany
Residence: Palm Beach Gardens, USA
Height: 172 cm
Plays: Right-handed
Current WTA ranking (As of 13.11.2023)
Singles: 56

Porsche Team Deutschland, Tatjana Maria

Career highlights (selection)

2023 Win Bogota, Barranquilla, finalist Gaiba, semifinalist Cleveland, Warsaw, quarterfinalist Hua Hin, Guangzhou
2022 Win Bogota, semifinalist Wimbledon, Seoul, quarterfinalist Bari, Granby, Gaiba, ITF win Pune
2021 Last 16 Limoges, Monterrey, Acapulco
2020 Quarterfinalist Newport Beach, last 16 Monterrey, Acapulco
2019 Semifinalist Nottingham, Guadalajara, Newport Beach, last 16 Miami, Luxemburg, Tashkent, Karlsruhe, Acapulco
2018 Win Mallorca, semifinalist Chicago, quarterfinalist Dubai, Limoges
2017 Semifinalist Québec, quarterfinalist Rabat, Bucharest, Linz, ITF win Midland, Southsea
2016 Doubles win Bogota
2012 Doubles win Québec


Fed Cup/Billie Jean King Cup (since 2006)

Rubbers played  Record
Total 20 12:8
Singles 13 7:6
Doubles 7        5:2


Twitter: @Maria_Tatjana



Jule Niemeier

Date of birth:  12 August 1999
Birthplace:  Dortmund, Germany
Residence:  Regensburg, Germany
Height: 178 cm
Plays: Right-handed
Current WTA ranking (As of 13.11.2023)
Singles: 161

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2023 - Porsche Team Deutschland, Jule Niemeier

Career highlights (selection)

2023 Quarterfinalist Hamburg European Open, last 16 Linz, Lyon
2022 Win Makarska, quarterfinalist Wimbledon, Cluj-Napoca, Lausanne, last 16 US Open, ITF win Zagreb
2021 Semifinalist Hamburg, Strasbourg, quarterfinalist Chicago, ITF win Prague


Billie Jean King Cup (since 2021)

Rubbers played Record
Total 7 3:4
Single 4 2:2
Double 3        1:2


Laura Siegemund

Date of birth: 4 March 1988
Birthplace: Filderstadt, Germany
Residence: Stuttgart, Germany
Height: 168 cm
Plays: Right-handed
Current WTA Ranking (As of 13.11.2023)
Doubles: 5, singles: 86

Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2023 - Porsche Team Deutschland, Laura Siegemund

Career highlights (selection)

2023 Doubles: win WTA Finals, Washington DC, Hobart, Nanchang, Ningbo
Singles: finalist Warsaw, quarterfinalist Nanchang, Zhengzhou, third round Australian Open
2022 Quarterfinalist Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, ITF wins Portschach, Annenheim 2
2021 Quarterfinalist, Bad Homburg, last 16 Qatar Open, Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, Melbourne (Gippsland Trophy)
2020 Doubles: win US Open, singles: quarterfinalist French Open, Auckland, Indian Wells (Challenger Series), last 16, Prague, Palermo
2019 Semifinalist Bucharest, quarterfinalist Luxembourg, Hiroshima, Bol, last 16 Linz, Karlsruhe, Strasbourg, Stuttgart
2018 Quarterfinalist Moscow, Bucharest
2017 Win Stuttgart
2016 Win in Bastad, finalist Stuttgart, semifinalist Bucharest, quarterfinalist Olympic Games in Rio, quarterfinalist Charleston, 3rd round Australian Open, 3rd round US Open. Win mixed doubles US Open
2015 Doubles wins in Luxemburg, Florianopolis and `S-Hertogenbosch, singles quarterfinalist in Luxemburg, ITF win in Biarritz


Fed Cup/Billie Jean King Cup (seit 2017)

Einsätze  Bilanz
Gesamt 8 2:6
Einzel 4 2:2
Doppel 4        0:4


Twitter: @laurasiegemund



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