Bad Homburg Open
We are proud to be presented as Premium Partner of Bad Homburg Open – an official tennis tournament in Germany, where the women’s tennis elite meet to compete. For the last three years, OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN have presented the winner with the extraordinary Elephant trophy crafted specifically for the tournament.
Tennis has a rich history in the Lynggaard family, and we are proud to share the passion and dedication to the sport as a brand. Since 2021, we have been a Premium Partner of Bad Homburg Open. A WTA-tournament where tennis stars from all over the world meet to play for the title and trophy.
As Premium Partner of Bad Homburg Open, we are proud to have created the Elephant trophy. Casted from a raw piece of bronze, the trophy is an enlarged version of the iconic Elephant pendant designed by brand founder Ole Lynggaard. Polished details emphasize the elephant’s natural shape, and in its trunk, it holds a shiny tennis ball crafted from white gold. Every year, the winner of the tournament gets her name engraved on the trophy.
We are also honoured to present the winner and runner-up of both the single and double tournament at Bad Homburg Open with Elephant pendants specially made for the tournament. The Elephant pendants are crafted by hand from 18 karat yellow gold and carefully engraved with the Bad Homburg Open 2023 logo – and in its trunk, the elephant holds a small tennis ball crafted from 18 karat white gold. The Elephant pendant is a token of courage, loyalty, and strength – and a lucky charm to be treasured forever.
Katerina Siniakova kisses the Elephant trophy as the winner of Bad Homburg Open 2023. After the win, she was greeted by OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN’s CEO Søren Lynggaard while holding the Elephant trophy and wearing the custom Elephant pendant.
The Elephant trophy is one-of-a-kind design crafted by master goldsmiths in OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN’s headquarters in Hellerup from a raw piece of bronze. In its trunk, the Elephant holds a tennis ball crafted from silver. The extraordinary trophy is an enlarged version of Ole Lynggaard’s iconic Elephant pendant.
In 2022, Caroline Garcia lifted the Elephant trophy as the winner of Bad Homburg Open. On court, she was given a custom Elephant pendant by OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN’s CEO Søren Lynggaard.
In 2021, Angelique Kerber won Bad Homburg Open. When visiting OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN headquarters in Hellerup after her win, she shared the special moment with founder Ole Lynggaard. Angelique Kerber is a long-time ambassador of OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN and wears her fine jewellery both on and off her the court.