While Herpa is responsible for the reduction of the current Porsche 991 series II in the scale of 1:43, Spark brings obvious special editions model on the market. Just as now the occasion of Monday incipient Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, to present to the Porsche and the team of Hugo Ripert a 911 Carrera S in Lava Orange, the out given as at the high-profile sporting event special model applies. A continuous white stripe adorns the miniature from bow to stern; analog well to the white stripes on a tennis court. The built resine plastic car model is limited to only 500 units and priced at 57.95 euros. We celebrate by this model a first: the first time it comes to tennis on this blog.
Who plays at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix?
Also at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix there is a true premiere: With Angelique Kerber, a German is first placed at number 1 in the history of the Stuttgart tournament tradition. The Porsche brand ambassador and player of the Porsche Team Germany has its place at the top of the current list of participants secured their victory at the Australian Open. She is the defending champion and one of 8 top 10 players who hit on 16 April in the Porsche Arena. On the winner waiting beside the cash prize, a Porsche 718 Boxster S as the main prize. The 39th edition of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix will be held under the "Perfect Match" and ends with the final on 24 April. also there are 2 men there.
Michael Stich and Michael Chang deny the "Duel of Legends" at the Berenberg Classics. The former Grand Slam winner meet on Monday, 18 April at 18:30 in the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart on each other. The traditional show match is one of the highlights on the first Hauptrundentag the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, which again has an absolute world-class field with 8 top 10 players this year. Besides Angelique Kerber are Agnieszka Radwanska from Poland, Simona Halep from Romania, Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain, who multiple Fed Cup champion Petra Kvitova from the Czech Republic, Roberta Vinci of Italy and the Swiss-flyer Belinda Bencic thereby; as well as with Garbine Muguruza of Spain the winner of the WTA Finals, 2015.