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Sloane Stephens is giving away a brand new Mercedes AMG G-Wagen
The giveaway even captured Jennifer Brady and Eugenie Bouchard's interest.
Published Jul 14, 2021
What’s it like to drive like a tennis champion? Wonder no more.
Sloane Stephens is teaming up with fundraising company Omaze to offer the chance to win a Mercedes-AMG G63—more commonly known as a "G-Wagen."
You may have seen these luxury SUVs carrying celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Kevin Hart, to athletes like Russell Wilson, Floyd Mayweather, and of course, Stephens. The 2017 US Open champion is also a global brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz.
The G-63 is the new model of the iconic car, and it features top-of-the-line technology. The future owner can look forward to a 9-speed automatic transmission, a 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine, as well as five luxurious seats. The G-63 has an MSRP of $185,000, and it can take you from 0-60 mph in just four and a half seconds.
And now, the best part of the contest; Each donation made goes to the USTA to benefit their Rally for the Future campaign. This campaign supports National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) programs nationwide, including the Sloane Stephens Foundation, with the goal of providing under-resourced youth with coaching and education they wouldn’t otherwise have. Stephens founded the Sloane Stephens Foundation back in 2013, and has long been an advocate for enhancing the quality of life for children through tennis.
The unbelievable giveaway has even captured Jennifer Brady and Eugenie Bouchard's interest. The two WTA competitors both took Stephens' comment section to ask some pressing questions.
"Where do I sign up?" Brady asked.
"Are you allowed to enter 72826 times?" Bouchard wrote.
To enter for a chance to win and to make a donation, go to omaze.com/Sloane.