The long-time Porsche Brand Ambassador Maria Sharapova recently retired from competitive tennis. As three-time winner of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, she recalls her special moments at one of her favourite tournaments.
After being out injured, Angelique Kerber was looking to return to WTA Tour action at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix this week. Due to the corona crisis, the two-time Stuttgart winner is now preparing for her comeback at home in Poland.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, the 43rd Porsche Tennis Grand Prix can unfortunately not take place as planned in the Porsche Arena from 18 to 26 April. Therefore, this week we will remember the events and persons belonging to the history of the long-established tournament.
For Julia Görges, positive thinking is an important prerequisite to get through the corona crisis. The Porsche Brand Ambassador speaks about what she misses most of all in the situation, about what she finally has time for again, how she keeps herself fit and what we can learn from the crisis.
The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix will not take place due to the corona crisis this year. This was decided by the Porsche AG in agreement with the WTA on Monday. The 43rd edition of the long-standing tournament would have been held in Stuttgart’s Porsche Arena from 18 to 26 April.
The main draw field for the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix from 18 to 26 April has an added attraction. Sofia Kenin, the sensational winner of the Australian Open, has also committed herself to the long-standing Stuttgart tournament.