World Report: New investor for the VFB Stuttgart
Barty wins Stuttgart on birthday weekend
Ash Barty has celebrated her 25th birthday weekend by winning the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix title, beating Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka 3-6 6-0 6-3 in the final.Australia's world No.1, who turned 25 on Saturday, produced another performance full of skill and resilience to dismantle the Belarusian's power game and win 3-6 6-0 6-3 in Sunday's showdown to lift her third title of the year.
So far, VfB Stuttgart in its AG has an investor, namely Daimler. In the next time, however, there could be another money - a second investor should stand.
In the first year after the successful climb, thehas been able to keep the class without worries. This will succeed even next season, combined with higher demands, which requires further investment in and around the team. The money could be available soon.
So Sky reports on Tuesday that the club is supposed to have a new investor at the Angel. The information should be a company from Bavaria. This is ready to invest "a high million amount", for which a finished offer has already been submitted. The picture adds that the construction equipment and cooling machine manufacturer Liebherr "last and again was talking about".
Barty's ruthless response to No.1 controversy
For the most humble of champions, Ash Barty has made a loud and defiant statement in the past month. She shushed doubts over her world No.1 ranking, frozen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, by winning the Miami Open. Then she buried them with victory in Stuttgart, her 11th WTA title.Barty's response was ruthless, in her unassuming way. She simply got out there and beat everyone in her path. She never bought into the rankings chatter but always insisted she remained a rightful No.1; and so it has proved.The Australian (9655) is now nearly 2000 ranking points clear of Naomi Osaka (7800), the world No.
The VFB-AG and the Supervisory Board should already work with high pressure to implement this cooperation and investment, the details of the implementation are to be determined. Of a participation of about 15 percent, there is talk of what the Swabian would noticeably provide more financial resources available.What would VfB Stuttgart collect with an investor entry?
Daimler, the main investor of the association, rose as the first and so far only investor in the AG. For around 41.5 million euros, 11.75 percent of the shares were acquired. Converted by Stuttgart could therefore be happy about more than 50 million euros, this greater start should actually be planned and thus implemented.
CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger had been pronounced for such a procedure last opposite the kicker (via Sky): "Find other strategic partners has been a common goal of the VfB for some time. We work with high pressure. It would look at the new one Season giving more scope when it works this year. "
With a decision should be expected in the next few days.
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