Siniaková becomes the story at Bad Homburg

From the centre of Bad Homburg, the shining gold dome of the Russian Orthodox church is a beacon guiding tennis fans to the Kurpark.

Among several large parks in the town, it’s the Kurpark that hosts the WTA 250 known … continue reading


Sonay Kartal shows her talent at Bad Homburg

Watching England’s Sonay Kartal play Bianca Andreescu in the first round of the Bad Homburg Open, her ability on grass was obvious as she pushed last year’s finalist to three sets over 147 minutes.

She has now been rewarded for … continue reading

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Andrea Petkovic says goodbye to Bad Homburg

Andrea Petkovic came to Bad Homburg to say goodbye to her “hometown” tournament. Hometown in the sense that it’s the WTA tournament closest to Darmstadt, where she moved from Bosnia as a child.

In 2021, the first year of the … continue reading