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Stuttgart Gallery: Porsches & Ceremonies

The stars of the WTA have been keeping very busy off the court at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix - see all of the best pics from the week so far right here!

Published April 24, 2014 12:10

The WTA stars have been posing with the beautiful product of the tournament sponsor, Porsche, all week.
The WTA stars have been posing with the beautiful product of the tournament sponsor, Porsche, all week.
They've also been taking center stage themselves, including at Monday night's opening ceremony.
They've also been taking center stage themselves, including at Monday night's opening ceremony.
Roberta Vinci, a double threat in singles and doubles, met one of her young fans at the ceremony.
Roberta Vinci, a double threat in singles and doubles, met one of her young fans at the ceremony.
Former Stuttgart winner Svetlana Kuznetsova and Germany's own Andrea Petkovic were there too.
Former Stuttgart winner Svetlana Kuznetsova and Germany's own Andrea Petkovic were there too.
And then the WTA's All Access Hour, where members of the media question all the biggest WTA stars.
And then the WTA's All Access Hour, where members of the media question all the biggest WTA stars.
Angelique Kerber at All Access Hour. Ranked No.7 in the world, Kerber is Germany's No.1 player.
Angelique Kerber at All Access Hour. Ranked No.7 in the world, Kerber is Germany's No.1 player.
Petra Kvitova at All Access Hour, Kvitova is a former semifinalist at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
Petra Kvitova at All Access Hour, Kvitova is a former semifinalist at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
Simona Halep. The Romanian was ranked No.58 in the world at this point last year - now, No.5.
Simona Halep. The Romanian was ranked No.58 in the world at this point last year - now, No.5.
Agnieszka Radwanska. Radwanska is seeded No.1 at a Premier event for the ninth time in her career.
Agnieszka Radwanska. Radwanska is seeded No.1 at a Premier event for the ninth time in her career.
The World No.3 also showed off some patriotic nail colors - perhaps from Fed Cup on the weekend?
The World No.3 also showed off some patriotic nail colors - perhaps from Fed Cup on the weekend?
  • The WTA stars have been posing with the beautiful product of the tournament sponsor, Porsche, all week.
  • They've also been taking center stage themselves, including at Monday night's opening ceremony.
  • Roberta Vinci, a double threat in singles and doubles, met one of her young fans at the ceremony.
  • Former Stuttgart winner Svetlana Kuznetsova and Germany's own Andrea Petkovic were there too.
  • And then the WTA's All Access Hour, where members of the media question all the biggest WTA stars.
  • Angelique Kerber at All Access Hour. Ranked No.7 in the world, Kerber is Germany's No.1 player.
  • Petra Kvitova at All Access Hour, Kvitova is a former semifinalist at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
  • Simona Halep. The Romanian was ranked No.58 in the world at this point last year - now, No.5.
  • Agnieszka Radwanska. Radwanska is seeded No.1 at a Premier event for the ninth time in her career.
  • The World No.3 also showed off some patriotic nail colors - perhaps from Fed Cup on the weekend?
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