Porsche Centre Wolverhampton is delighted to announce that we will be part of the ‘road to Stuttgart’ in the build-up for this year’s Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2019, supporting local tennis star Amelie-Rose Rodney.
Amelie-Rose has been playing tennis since she was three years old and before she reaches the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Germany, she will play at tennis clubs local to each Porsche Centre on her trip through the United Kingdom on her way to Calais. Her journey will commence 10 April 2019 at Porsche Centre Wolverhampton and it is anticipated Amelie-Rose will play approximately 28 matches ahead of the tournament.
Simon Priest commented: "We are proud to be supporting Amelie-Rose at such a high-profile event. We have supplied her with a Porsche T-shirt and a cap from Porsche Driver's Selection to compliment her Porsche tennis racquet."
The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix 2019 will be held 20 April – 28 April at the Porsche Arena Stuttgart and is considered a WTA Premier Event.
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