Wimbledon Tennis Stars and Their Cars

With the start of Wimbledon taking place this week we take a look at the cars behind the stars who will be playing on the all English club.

Rafael Nadal – Aston Martin DBS

French Open Champion Rafael Nadal has been previously pictured in a V12 Aston Martin DBS though even that car wouldn’t be as fast as the Spaniards exit of this years tournament after he crashed out in the first round on Monday.

Maria Sharapova – Porsche Carrera 911 GTS

Sharapova poses with her new Porsche Carrera 911 GTS after winning the WTA Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany. She has since been sponsored by the most iconic sports car, so she will certainly be getting used to driving Porsches cars.

Andy Murray – Ferrari F430 Spider

British number one Andy Murray will be hoping this year will be his first Wimbledon victory in front of his home fans. If not, we are sure his Ferrari F430 Spider will help him get over any loss.

Venus Williams – Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon


Wimbledon legend Venus Williams has dominated
the womens game for over a decade now and will be a strong contender for this
years title. She has been spotted driving the ever popular Mercedes-Benz
G-Wagon when she is not on the court.

Serena Williams – Range Rover Evoque

When there is Venus Williams around, little
sister Serena is never far away. Usually lifting trophies and majors across the
world in her diva like fashion style lighting up the world of tennis. You can
see her here with the elegant and slick Range Rover Evoque.

Roger Federer – Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

Arguably the greatest ever. Roger Federer
likes to be as graceful on the roads as he is on the courts. He test drove this
Mercedes Benz SLS AMG in 2012 and has an affiliation with the German car maker.

Novak Djokovic – Audi R8

Ok so Djokovic won’t actually own this particular Audi R8 but you can bet the world number one has a garage to die for. Here he
puts the R8 to the test… which is faster? The Serbians serve or the Audi R8? 

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