“My 911 suits me well.”
As white as a cloud, but certainly not from out of the blue, Angelique Kerber’s first 911 was the prize for outplaying tough opponents at the
“Even the key is white,” she remarks. The athlete and her sports car share a similar success story. Kerber has become a superstar, and the 911— a symbol of impressive performance, reward, and pleasure—is a perfect reflection of her path to the top.
They hit it off right away. Kerber was already familiar with the 911—she had seen it, dreamed of it, and fiercely coveted it. When
As a professional tennis player, Kerber knows what goes into pushing performance to the limit. Aesthetics and cutting-edge technology: she views this combination as the essence of a
By Reiner Schloz
Photo by Tibor Bozi
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