Regionally and nationally, the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix has established itself as a prestigious sports event and regularly attracts thousands of spectators. In addition to top-class tennis, the event also has a lot to offer off the court, with a colorful daily program in addition to sports highlights.
Numerous activities are offered in the Sports and Lifestyle Village during the tournament week. The tennis stars are regularly available for autograph sessions, and also offer insights into their daily training routine during public training sessions. Younger and older fans alike can test their tennis skills at the serve test. Many other side events make the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix a special and entertaining experience. The first highlight of the tournament week is the Players’ Night on Monday evening. Here, players spend a convivial evening with our hospitality guests. Younger visitors will also get their money’s worth at the fun kids’ program Porsche 4Kids. As part of the Porsche Mini Tennis Grand Prix, young talents show off their skills. On the final weekend, the training court in the Village will be converted into a small-court arena with four courts on which the final round of this competition will be played.
Another special feature is the Players’ Cheer Up. Each main-court player of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix will be loudly supported by her own fans on site. Tennis clubs from the region get the opportunity to cheer a player through the week, receiving free tickets for as long as “their” player is in the tournament.
This is the normal program – in 2021, unfortunately, many things were different. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no side events were able to take place at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, aside from a virtual Players’ Cheer Up.