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Sport 12/05/2018

World class field once again at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix

The 42nd Porsche Tennis Grand Prix has once again attracted the world’s best women tennis players to Stuttgart. Numerous top stars including Simona Halep (Romania), the French Open winner and current world number one, have already signed up for the long-standing tournament in the Porsche Arena from 20 to 28 April 2019.

Sport 10/24/2018

“Angie is a fighter”

Anke Huber on a business trip to Singapore: At the WTA Finals, the Operating Tournament Director of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix is nurturing her contacts with players, managers and officials. We talked to her about Porsche Brand Ambassador Angelique Kerber and the latest developments in women’s tennis.

Sport 10/21/2018

“Ultimate challenge”

The 2018 WTA Finals in Singapore will bring Angelique Kerber’s successful tennis year to a close.

Sport 10/20/2018

Simona Halep wins “Porsche Race to Singapore”

The “Porsche Race to Singapore” has crossed the finishing line – with Simona Halep as the victor. After amassing 6921 points, the 27-year old Romanian has won the qualification for the WTA Finals in Singapore for the second time after 2017.

Sport 07/14/2018

Kerber triumphs in Wimbledon

Angelique Kerber is the new queen of Wimbledon. She has beaten the American Serena Williams 6-3, 6-3 in the final to win the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament and celebrate the biggest success of her career.

Sport 04/28/2018

Unforced errors

The digital match analysis serves not only to entertain. With SAP’s help, coaches like Wim Fissette, who now works with Angelique Kerber, can access data to influence matches and make practice sessions more systematic.

Sport 04/25/2018

Stars behind the stars

They are vital for the success of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix: the stars behind the stars, full-time and voluntary helpers put their heart and soul into the tournament. Six members representing the whole team are now portrayed here.

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