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OFF-COURT ACTIVITIES 2015
Cilic/Kohlschreiber Drive Green In Stuttgart, Rojer/Tecau Leads Kids' Clinics In Den Bosch
by ATP Staff | 11.06.2015
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It hasn't all been about tennis for players this week. ATPWorldTour.com provides a recap of the highlights.

LogoMercedesCup (Stuttgart, Germany)
Marin Cilic and Philipp Kohlschreiber participated in a Mercedes-Benz driving experience. The players both drove Mercedes-Benz Hybrid cars through a fixed route in the Stuttgart area for approximately 20 minutes and as economical as possible. The winner? German No. 1 Kohlschreiber… but just by a little bit!

"It was the first time for me, the first experience like this," said Cilic. "There’s only positives to [Hybrids]; trying to spend less fuel, which is also better for nature, for everybody. It was a lot of fun." (Read & Watch)

Rafael Nadal got his first taste of the grass court in Stuttgart ahead of the tournament on Sunday. (Watch)

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LogoTopshelf Open (s'Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands)
KarlovicIvo Karlovic met with a local Dutch tennis team.

Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau participated in a clinic with around 37 children on Tuesday. The defending doubles champions played some rallies and went through some drills before a meet-and-greet and autograph session.

David Goffin did a meet-and-greet with Belfius, a Belgian sponsor while Lukasz Kubot visited the Ricoh suite.

Wild card Marius Copil took part in a clinic for children on Thursday, hitting some rallies, signing autographs and posing for pictures with local school children. Jamie Murray and John Peers also got in on the action, doing a meet-and-greet with the kids.

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