Sofia Open stars will ride with a Mercedes

Silver Star Motors has become an exclusive partner of the ATP 250 tournament

Elegance and high class comfort – that’s what Mercedes will offer to the tennis stars while they ride through the city during the ATP 250 tournament Sofia Open. Silver Star Motors, official distributor of German auto manufacturer Daimler for Bulgaria, became an exclusive partner of the biggest sporting event of the 2019, and Mercedes-Benz will be the official vehicle of Sofia Open 2019.

“An event of world importance like Sofia Open deserves world class partners. I am extremely happy about the partnership with Silver Star Motors. The top tennis players who will arrive in Bulgaria will ride around Sofia with a Mercedes-Benz. No matter if they go to the competition hall or sightseeing in the city. Each of them will experience class and comfort. As organizers we always aim to offer excellent experience so the players come back and play again in the tournament”, said Sofia Open 2019 tournament director Goran Djokovic.

“For us at Silver Star Motors is a pleasure to be part of a prestigious tennis event as Sofia Open. Our vehicles will offer a unique off court experience to all players and officials. And spectators can expect further surprises in the competition venue and through social networks”, said Mr. Rolf-Juergen Seyerle, CEO of Silver Star Motors.

A number of world class players will play at the Sofia Open 2019 (3 – 10 February). Alongside three-times Grand Slam champion and 16-times ATP tournament winner Stan Wawrinka in “Arena Armeec” fans will see also NextGen stars Karen Khachanov (Russia), Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) and Daniil Medvedev (Russia), Nikoloz Basilashvili (Georgia), 2016 inaugural edition champion Roberto Bautista Agut (Spain), Fernando Verdasco (Spain) and Gael Monfils (France)

List of players accepted directly into the main players includes also: Marton Fucsovics (Hungary), Andreas Seppi (Italy), Martin Klizan (Slovakia), Adrian Mannarino (France), Matthew Ebden (Australia), Robin Haase (Netherlands), Mikhail Kukushkin (Kazakhstan), Matteo Berrettini (Italy), Jan-Lennard Struff (Germany), 2018 Sofia Open champion Mirza Basic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), 2018 Sofia Open runner-up Marius Copil (Romania), Denis Istomin (Uzbekistan) and Laslo Djere (Serbia).

Local favorites Adrian Andreev (#2 ITF junior player in the world) and Dimitar Kuzmanov received a Wild Card into the main draw and will expect a huge support from the crowd in “Arena Armeec”.

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