RAVENOL to Partner the Gerry Weber Tennis Open
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 | Ravenol Marketing
This year RAVENOL is the official lubricant partner of this 26th Gerry Weber Open, a top-class tennis tournament held in Halle, Germany, from the 16th to the 24th of June. The tournament is part of the ATP World Tour, and is regarded as perfect preparation for Wimbledon, therefore attracting top seeded players from around the world.
The pristine lawn is managed by the English greenkeeping expert Phil Thorn, who was taught the tricks of the trade for maintaining the perfect surface by his father, who also managed lawn tennis courts. RAVENOL supports Thorn to keep the grass at its best by providing the groundskeeping equipment and the entire car pool with premium lubricants and a wide choice of RAVENOL car care products. The lawn mowers of the facility are running RAVENOL 4-Stroke Gardenoil HD 30 lawn-mower oil. Due to its particular additives, this special lubricant makes for a flawless operation, provides corrosion protection and prevents sludging, even when the engine is taken to its limits. The ideal partner for a professional greenkeeper (or proud home gardener!)
This year visitors can look forward to world stars such as Roger Federer or Alexander Zverev. The Gerry Weber Open also hosts a Ladies Day and a ‘Bärchen’ Kids day, as well as performances from artist such as Culcha Candela, Revolverheld and Max Giesinger to keep the crowds entertained between matches. Altogether, the visitors can enjoy nine days packed with top-class tennis and a truly entertaining support programme.
Such an extensive co-operation in the top-flight tennis is part of RAVENOL’s intentions to be a reliable supplier of international sport, be that on the track, on water, or on grass. Our wide range of lubricants have so many uses at every level. For more information, download our latest catalogue here.
The tournament will run until this Sunday, so tennis fans still have plenty of opportunity to watch some matches. UK viewers can the Gerry Weber Open live on Sky Sports.