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The women’s tennis tournament, the WTA Bad Homburg Open powered by Solarwatt, has undergone an exciting innovation this year:
It has been upgraded to a prestigious 500-strong tournament! This has increased the prize money to almost one million euros, which attracts the best female tennis players in the world.

From 22 to 29 June, 32 of the most outstanding female tennis players met to prepare for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament in London. The historic and picturesque backdrop of Bad Homburg’s Kurpark provides the perfect setting for this high-calibre event.

The atmosphere at this oldest tennis club on the European mainland, which has a rich history and is much appreciated by the many local spectators, is particularly fascinating.

Even though Germany’s best tennis player and Wimbledon candidate Angelique Kerber was eliminated in the first round, the excitement remained at a high level.

A special highlight was provided by the young Russian Diana Schnaider, who attracted everyone’s attention with her thrilling opening victory and fought her way through to the final.
The 20-year-old also won the final against Croatia’s Donna Vekic 6:3, 2:6, 6:3 in a thrilling match. After 2:12 hours, Schneider completed the victory, marking the biggest success of her career to date.

We at APA once again had the honour of staging this first-class event in the idyllic setting of Bad Homburg and underlining the captivating atmosphere with the appropriate branding.