World No.7 Marion Bartoli was the star of a 'Day In The Life' feature at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
After regripping her racquet and getting her equipment prepped, Marion Bartoli hit the practice court.
Marion Bartoli is known as one of the hardest working - as well as most talented - players in the game.
Marion Bartoli has been a French Open semifinalist, but her best Grand Slam was the finals of Wimbledon.
Marion Bartoli has three wins over No.1s, against Justine Henin, Jelena Jankovic and Victoria Azarenka.
Marion Bartoli's father, Dr. Walter Bartoli, has helped the Frenchwoman to a career-high No.7 at age 27.
Marion Bartoli was interviewed and filmed during the feature at the Premier-level event in Stuttgart.
Current WTA star Caroline Wozniacki and former WTA star Anke Huber also had an off-court visit together.
Anke Huber and Caroline Wozniacki talked new versus old - not just in terms of racquets, but Porsches.
Anke Huber was a one-time Grand Slam finalist at the Australian Open and made it as high as World No.4.
Caroline Wozniacki has been to one Grand Slam final, at the US Open in 2009, and is a former World No.1.
Caroline Wozniacki and Anke Huber went for a spin in an older model Porsche, which was 35 years old.
Caroline Wozniacki and Anke Huber in the older model. Wozniacki said it was pretty but tough to drive.
Caroline Wozniacki and Anke Huber drove around in a newer model Porsche, the tournament's title sponsor.
Caroline Wozniacki praised the new model Porsche, though she said both new and old models were great.