Petra Kvitova Wallpaper – 2011 Wimbledon Champion

Posted By Saray Maray on July 5, 2011
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Petra Kvitova is a quite young professional player from Czech Republic; she is born on March 8, 1990. She has won 5 WTA singles titles.

Petra Kvitova was introduced to tennis by her father and during her childhood she idolized Czech player Martina Navartilova. She trained in her hometown until 16 and then turned into professional career. Pvitova is known for her fast left-handed serve. She is also noted for her forehand, backhand, and timing, and is known to make up for her lack of speed by playing close to the baseline.

Kvitova won her first Grand Slam title as the 8th seed at the 2011 Wimbledon Champions where she defeated 5th seed Maria Sharapova in straight 6-3, 6-4 at the final. She became the first left-handed player to win the title since Martina Navratilova in 1990. Now she is ranked World No. 7 after winning Wimbledon 2011.

Height/Weight: 183cm/70kg | Birth date: 03/08/1990 | Birthplace: Bilovec, Czech | Country: Czech | Resides: Fulnek, Czech | Plays: L (two-handed backhand) | Turned Pro: 16 | Tour: WTA

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