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From 12 to 18 June 2023, Bad Homburg was transformed into the tennis centre of Germany as the best players around the world number 1, Iga Swiatek, battled for the coveted title on the grass court.

The Bad Homburg Open offers a perfect blend of excitement, talent and dedication to tennis. Spectators were treated to thrilling rallies, passionate players and an unrivalled atmosphere.

In addition to the top-class matches, there was also an extensive supporting programme that left nothing to be desired. Fan activities, autograph sessions and the opportunity to interact up close with the tennis stars made the event an unforgettable experience for young and old alike.

As a partner of the WTA Bad Homburg Open presented by Engel & Völkers, we have been responsible for the entire branding & signage of the top event since the tournament was first held in 2021.

But it wasn’t Swiatek, who came first in the rankings, who lifted the trophy. Czech Katerina Siniakova had to wait a long time at the Bad Homburg Open before she could celebrate her first singles victory at a grass tennis tournament. The 27-year-old beat Italy’s Lucia Bronzetti 6:2, 7:6 (7:5) in the final on Saturday. Even a three-hour rain interruption did not put her off her stride. Siniakova had already reached the final in 2021, losing to three-time German Grand Slam winner Angelique Kerber.