Petra Kvitova age, bio, height, news, pictures, ranking, stats, videos & more
Petra Kvitova is a Czech professional tennis player. Petra’s tennis journey started at the age of 3 by picking up tennis balls for her brothers. Petra’s father, a self-taught tennis player, became her coach growing up and used to show Petra videos of Martina Navratilova playing at Wimbledon, which she would watch with great interest.
This is what Petra Kvitova said about Martina Navratilova -
“I have so much respect for Martina, I watched her on television when I was a child, and that’s where I learnt about Wimbledon and playing on grass. It is nice to know that I have her support and it was special to see her on Centre Court when I won the title”.
- Born - March 8th 1990 (Bílovec, Czech Republic)
- Height - 1.83m (6 ft)
- Nationality - Czech
- She turned pro in 2006
- Plays - Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
A picture of Petra Kvitova holding the Champions Trophy at Wimbledon in 2014.
A picture of the Czech Petra Kvitova holding the women's singles trophy in 2011 at the winners ball at the InterContinental Park Lane Hotel on July the 3rd in London.
She beat Eugenie Bouchard of Canada in the final.
26th of January 2019 - Melbourne, Australia. Petra Kvitova came runner-up to Naomi Osaka in the women's Australian Open final. The result was 7-6 (7-2) 5-7 6-4. Read full story >
24th of January 2019 - Melbourne, Australia. Petra Kvitova has knocked Danielle Collins out of the Australian Open to reach the final. The first set was extremely tight, needing a tie-break for the Czech to win the set 7-2 in the tie. The second set was pretty much plain sailing for Petra winning it 6-0. The final result was 7-6 6-0. Kvitova will now face the winner of the second semi-final tie between Karolina Pliskova and Naomi Osaka in Saturday's Grand Slam final. This is the first time Petra has reached a Grand Slam final since her stabbing. Read full story on her attack by clicking here >.
12th of January 2019 - Sydney International, Australia. Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic pulled off a phenomenal comeback to beat Aussie and crowd favourite Ashleigh Barty 1-6 7-5 7-6. She beat Barty in two hours and 19 minutes. Petra has now won the last eight finals she has played in.
21st of December 2016 - Petra Kvitova will not play tennis for at least six months after surgery following a knife attack at her home, read more >
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Humble and lovable. Posted on the 4th of September 2017.